Libra Industries Hires Experienced Financial Controller

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Libra Industries, a privately-held systems integration and electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider, announced the appointment of Terry Townsend as a Financial Controller.

Townsend will work alongside John Pitcairn through his retirement in late March/Early April. He will be responsible for all aspects of financial control within Libra Industries and will focus on monthly reporting, close activities, account reconciliations, cost accounting, managing audits and collaborating with all other functions in Mentor, Dallas and Guaymas.

Townsend joins Libra Industries, having worked for Capital Works in the past for a company in Indiana called Magna-Tech. This was sold by Capital Works in 2017 and Townsend was CFO there and assisted in the transition of the company to its new PE ownership. Townsend has a multitude of experiences working for Cummins, Johnson Controls, Magna-Tech, Caterpillar and KPMG. He joins Libra Industries from his current position of Business Process Modeling for the US Army Financial Management Command. 

A Six Sigma Green Belt, Townsend holds a B.S in Accounting from Butler and an MBA from Indiana Wesleyan University.



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