FLIR Systems CFO resigns

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FLIR Systems said CFO and senior vice president of finance Tony Trunzo resigned to pursue other professional opportunities.

The company said Dave Muessle, vice president, corporate controller and FLIR’s principal accounting officer, will work closely with Trunzo and serve as interim CFO after Trunzo’s March 27 departure until a permanent appointment is made.

FLIR also said Shane Harrison was promoted to senior vice president of corporate development and strategy, effective immediately. Harrison will be responsible for sourcing corporate development opportunities and the execution of the company's merger-and-acquisition strategy.

"I would like to thank Tony for more than a decade of dedication and outstanding service to FLIR,” Teich said in a statement. “His leadership and contributions played an important role in the growth of our company during his tenure. We appreciate all that he has done for FLIR and wish Tony all the best in his future pursuits."

"I would like to congratulate Shane on his recent promotion,” Teich said. “In addition to Shane's involvement in our shareholder communication efforts, he has played an important role in the company's acquisition activity. I look forward to working with Shane directly and am excited to see the great work that he produces in this new role.

"I have truly enjoyed my years at FLIR, and as I look to pursue new professional opportunities I know that FLIR is in the very capable hands of a talented management team and well positioned for continued success,” Trunzo said.


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