IEC Mourns the Passing of Board Member Michael W. Osborne


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IEC Electronics Corp. deeply regrets to announce that Michael W. Osborne, a respected member of the Company’s Board of Directors, has died. No decision has been made at this time regarding the composition of the Board of Directors moving forward. 

Jeffrey T. Schlarbaum, President and CEO of IEC Electronics Corp. commented, “The entire IEC family mourns this loss. On behalf of the Board of Directors, management team and employees, we extend our deepest condolences to Mike’s family. Mike provided exceptional guidance to IEC during his time on our Board, providing his industry and financial expertise to improve our Company. Even more importantly, in addition to his thoughtful insight and sharply strategic reasoning, he also contributed humor and a common sense approach to many Board discussions, and he will be greatly missed.”

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