Park Electrochemical, a manufacturer of high-technology digital and RF/microwave printed circuit materials, has appointed David Dahlquist as vice president (VP) and chief financial officer (CFO). In this new position, Dahlquist will report to Brian Shore, Park’s president and chief executive officer (CEO).
Dahlquist joined in June 2006 as product director, was appointed director of marketing in March 2008, director of business development in October 2008 and VP of business development in December 2008. Prior to joining Park, he held the positions of director of quality and engineering, PC-Asia and director of technology, corporate at Photocircuits from November 2005 to June 2006, and was processing engineering manager at Photocircuits from August 2001 to November 2005.
Previously, he was an engineering manager at Dynamic Details, a printed circuit board manufacturer, from November 1997 to August 2001 and a process engineer at Photocircuits from November 1995 to November 1997. Dahlquist received a BSc degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Virginia, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and a MBA from Hofstra University.
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