Express-1 Expedited Solutions, a transport company, has named John Welch as interim chief financial officer (CFO). Welch will assume the responsibilities of CFO until a permanent replacement is named.
Welch has been with Express-1 since 1996 as its CFO, and assumed the role of corporate controller in 2004 in conjunction with the purchase of Express-1 by its parent company, Express-1 Expedited Solutions.
Prior to joining Express-1, Welch served as vice president of finance for United Memorial Hospital in Greenville, Michigan (1992-1996) and controller for Michiana Community Hospital in Mishawaka, Indiana (1987-1992). He also worked as a certified public accountant (CPA) for Crowe Chizek & Company (1983-1987). Welch graduated from Nazareth College in 1983 with a Bachelors of Accounting degree and obtained his CPA certificate in 1986.
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