Nortech Systems Names Connie Beck CFO


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Nortech Systems has named Connie Beck as vice president and chief financial officer. Along with directing all financial planning and accounting practices, she will oversee Nortech’s relationships with its business partners, the financial community and shareholders.

“Connie brings many strengths to our senior management team with her varied experience and talents, including global operations,” says Rich Wasielewski, president and CEO of Nortech Systems. “Her proven financial and operations leadership will make her a valuable contributor to Nortech’s future.”

Beck was vice president of finance and controller for MOCON, Inc., a publicly traded provider of measurement instruments and services, from 2013 to 2017. She was a member of MOCON’s senior leadership team, supporting strategic planning and international multi-site operations. (MOCON was acquired by AMETEK in June 2017.)

Prior to MOCON, Beck held director-level financial reporting positions with public companies Navarre Corporation and Lakes Entertainment, Inc. She also has over 10 years of public accounting experience with Grant Thornton, McGladrey & Pullen and Protiviti. Beck is a CPA and earned a bachelor of science degree in accounting from Northern Illinois University.

Concluded Wasielewski, “As Paula Graff retires as Nortech’s CFO, we thank her for her dedicated service and wish her all the best in her future endeavors.”

About Nortech Systems Incorporated

Nortech Systems Incorporated, based in Maple Grove, Minn., is a full-service electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider of wire and cable assemblies, printed circuit board assemblies and higher-level complete box build assemblies for a wide range of industries. Markets served include industrial, medical and aerospace/defense. The company has operations in the U.S., Mexico and China.

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