Ducommun Appoints Christopher D. Wampler CFO, Controller and Treasurer

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Ducommun Incorporated, a global supplier of innovative electronic and structural solutions for the aerospace and defense industry, announced the appointment of Christopher D. Wampler, the Company’s current Interim Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer, to Chief Financial Officer, Controller & Treasurer. 

"I am pleased to announce the promotion of Chris to be the next Chief Financial Officer, Controller & Treasurer of Ducommun,” said Stephen G. Oswald, President, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Ducommun Incorporated. “He has been an effective leader of our finance team during the interim period and I am glad that he will now have the role for the long term. Chris will continue to work with me and leadership to develop value for all our stakeholders along with driving the top and bottom lines at the company.” 

“I am thrilled and humbled to have the opportunity to help lead Ducommun in the capacity of Chief Financial Officer,” said Wampler.  “It will be a privilege and an honor to continue working with the Ducommun team as we proceed on our journey pursuing business excellence and enhancing value for all of our stakeholders.”

Wampler has been with the Company since 2013.  For the last year and a half, Wampler has served as Vice President, Interim Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer, and Controller and Chief Accounting Officer, positions he has held since 2016. Wampler was Vice President and Assistant Controller for several of the Company’s subsidiaries from 2013 to 2015. Prior to joining Ducommun, he served as the Controller of Just Fabulous, Inc., an online subscription retailer, from 2012 to 2013, and as the Division Controller of A.O. Smith Electrical Products Co. from 2004 to 2012. 

Wampler has a Bachelor of Accounting degree from Wright State University and holds CPA, CMA, CFM designations.



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