People: LOUD Technologies Inc (LTEC.PK)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Rodney Olson

58 2008 Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer

David Olson

59 2008 Chief Financial Officer

James Stewart

56 2008 Chief Operating Officer

Mark Kuchenrither

52 2007 Vice President, Assistant Secretary, Director

Jason Neimark

42 2005 Vice President, Director

Clarence Terry

66 2003 Vice President, Director

Kevin Calhoun

49 2006 Director

Jon Gacek

52 2002 Director

C. Daryl Hollis

68 2003 Director

George Rea

75 2003 Director

R. Lynn Skillen

57 2003 Director

Thomas Taylor

46 2007 Director

Biographies

Name Description

Rodney Olson

Rodney Olson has been appointed as Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer of LOUD Technologies Inc. Olson joins Loud Technologies after a decade with Cardinal Brands, a Kansas-based $170 million office products company, where he has served as CFO, president and, most recently, CEO for the past two years. Under Olson's leadership, the company's revenues grew 30 percent despite highly competitive market conditions. Prior to his time at Cardinal Brands, Olson served as CFO at Sabreliner Corporation, a $250 million aviation company, where he led the company's M&A activity and was integral in driving revenue and market share growth in the six years he was there.

David Olson

Mr. Olson has been appointed as Chief Financial Officer of LOUD Technologies, Inc. Mr. Olson most recently served as Chief Financial Officer of Global Vehicle Technologies/GT Development Corporation, a Seattle-based manufacturer of custom-engineered components for the heavy-duty truck market, since 2003. Prior to Global Vehicle Technologies/GT Development Corporation, Mr. Olson was the Chief Financial Officer for Web3000.com and Orca Technologies, Inc. Mr. Olson is a licensed Certified Public Accountant in Washington and California and holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Pacific Lutheran University.

James Stewart

James Stewart is Chief Operating Officer of LOUD Technologies, Inc. effective July 21, 2008. He served as the Executive Director of Sharper Counsel LLC, a management consulting firm specializing in technology product development and commercialization since April 2008. Prior to Sharper Counsel LLC, Mr. Stewart had a 28-year career with Hewlett-Packard, most recently as Vice President and General Manager at Hewlett-Packard from 2001 until 2007. Mr. Stewart also held positions in new business start-up general management, served as an R&D Director, Manufacturing Director, PCA plant manager, and held various positions in engineering management. Mr. Stewart holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University.

Mark Kuchenrither

Mark E. Kuchenrither, was appointed director and Vice President and Assistant Secretary of the Company on July 13, 2007. Mr. Kuchenrither is a Vice President of Sun Capital Partners. Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Kuchenrither served as a Chief Financial Officer of Arch Aluminum & Glass Co. from 2003 to 2007. From 2000 to 2003 Mr. Kuchenrither served as Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer for Peavey Electronics Corporation. Prior to joining Peavey Electronics Corporation, Mr. Kuchenrither spent nine years in various financial and operating roles for other corporations.

Jason Neimark

Jason H. Neimark, was appointed Vice President in February 2003 and a director in May 2005. Mr. Neimark is a Managing Director of Sun Capital Partners, Inc. Since joining Sun Capital Partners in 2001, Mr. Neimark has led more than 30 buyout and re-financing transactions on behalf of affiliates of Sun Capital Partners, Inc. After receiving his CPA designation in 1992, Mr. Neimark worked as a tax consultant and auditor for KPMG Peat Marwick until 1995 when he joined Midwest Mezzanine Funds, a provider of junior capital to middle market businesses, where he served until 2001 as a Principal and President of K&D Distributors, a national direct marketer and specialty distributor of optical products, and an affiliated company of Midwest Mezzanine. Mr. Neimark led K&D’s financial and operational turnaround in 2000. Mr. Neimark graduated from Indiana University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting.

Clarence Terry

Clarence E. (“Bud”) Terry, was appointed as a director and Vice President in February 2003. Mr. Terry has served as Managing Director of Sun Capital Partners, Inc. since September 1999, and has more than 30 years of operating experience. Prior to joining Sun Capital, Mr. Terry served as Vice President at Rain Bird Sprinkler Manufacturing, Inc., the largest manufacturer of irrigation products in the world. Mr. Terry has been responsible for all areas of operations, including manufacturing, foreign sourcing, sales and marketing, and general management. Mr. Terry is also a director of SAN Holdings, Inc., Indalex Holdings Finance, Inc., Real Mex Restaurants, Inc. and a number of private companies.

Kevin Calhoun

Kevin J. Calhoun, was appointed as a director in May 2006. Mr. Calhoun has been employed by Sun Capital Partners, Inc. since 2000, and currently serves as its Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Calhoun previously served as Chief Financial Officer of Sun Capital Partners, Inc.’s first affiliated portfolio company. Mr. Calhoun has over 24 years of operating, accounting and tax, management information systems, and risk management experience. Prior to joining Sun Capital Partners, Inc., he served as Chief Financial Officer of a publicly-held technology company and Controller for a privately-owned distribution business. Mr. Calhoun was also with Ernst & Young for ten years, most recently as a Senior Manager in its audit department. Currently, Mr. Calhoun is also a director of SAN Holdings, Inc. Mr. Calhoun received his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from the University of Florida.

Jon Gacek

Jon W. Gacek was appointed director in September 2002. Mr. Gacek joined Quantum as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer in August 2006, upon Quantum’s acquisition of Advanced Digital Information Corp. (ADIC). Previously, he served as the Chief Financial Officer at ADIC from 1999 to 2006. ADIC is a designer and manufacturer of automated high performance data storage hardware and software products used to backup and archive electronic data in client/server network computing environments. Prior to joining ADIC in 1999, he was a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP in charge of the office technology practice in Seattle, Washington. While at PricewaterhouseCoopers, Mr. Gacek assisted private equity investment firms in a number of merger, acquisition, leveraged buyout and other transactions. Mr. Gacek is also a director at HouseValues.com, which is traded on Nasdaq under the symbol SOLD. Mr. Gacek holds a B.A. in Accounting from Western Washington University.

C. Daryl Hollis

C. Daryl Hollis was appointed as a director in April 2003. Mr. Hollis is a CPA and has been an independent business consultant since 1998. From 1996 to 1998, Mr. Hollis served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of The Panda Project, Inc., a technology company. Mr. Hollis is also a director of Medical Staffing Network Holdings, Inc.

George Rea

George R. Rea, was appointed as a director in April 2003. Mr. Rea has been an independent business consultant since 1994.

R. Lynn Skillen

R. Lynn Skillen was appointed director in February 2003. Mr. Skillen has served as Senior Vice President of Sun Capital Partners, Inc. since June 2006, and has more than 30 years of experience in finance and operations. Prior to joining Sun Capital as Vice President in November 2002, Mr. Skillen served as Chief Financial Officer of two Sun Capital portfolio companies (Catalina Lighting, Inc. and Celebrity, Inc.). He also served as Vice President-Finance of Dollar Car Rental from September 1997 to March 1998 and as Chief Financial Officer of Snappy Car Rental, Inc. from October 1994 to September 1997. Prior to 1994, Mr. Skillen spent 16 years at Safelite Auto Glass, serving in several finance and operations management positions. Mr. Skillen is also a director of Indalex Holdings Finance, Inc. and a number of private companies.

Thomas Taylor

Thomas V. Taylor was appointed as a director by the Board of Directors of Loud Technologies Inc. in April 2007. Mr. Taylor has had extensive operating and merchandising experience having spent twenty-three years with The Home Depot Companies, most recently serving as Executive Vice President, Merchandising and CMO. Mr. Taylor began his career with The Home Depot at age 16, working as a part-time Associate in the outside garden department of a store in Miami, Florida. He quickly rose through the organization assuming increasing levels of managerial and executive responsibility. From Department Head, he became Assistant Store Manager, Store Manager, and at age 26, District Manager. In 1996, he was named President of the Eastern Division, and in December 2001, he was elevated to President of the Eastern Division when the Southeast and Northern Divisions were combined to create the new Eastern Division, Home Depot’s largest division with over 650 stores. From December 2004 to August 2005, Mr. Taylor assumed the newly-created role of Executive Vice President, a position responsible for all U.S. and Mexican stores. In August 2005, he was appointed Executive Vice President of Merchandising and Marketing with direct reports in merchandising, marketing, advertising, logistics, and international global sourcing.
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