Triumph Controls - USA

Management : Triumph Controls - USA

Phil Bowker

President

  

James J. McNesby

Finance

 

Jim McNesby has led Triumph Controls' Finance area since October 2008. In this role, Mr. McNesby is responsible for all of Triumph Controls' financial and business management functions, including formation and implementation of financial strategy, control and accounting policy, budgets, and financial planning and analysis.

 

Mr. McNesby joined Triumph Controls from Triumph Group’s headquarters, where he was Director of Financial Reporting. Prior to Triumph, McNesby worked in public accounting for the CPA firm Arthur Andersen LLP. Mr. McNesby is a graduate of Drexel University and completed the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business Entrepreneurial program for upcoming executives. Mr. McNesby currently serves as treasurer for three local youth organizations. 

 

Neil L. Judy

Operations

 

Neil Judy is responsible for all operations-related functions within Triumph Controls. Mr. Judy began his career with Triumph Controls as the Plant Manager for the Shelbyville operation in 2002 and was promoted to Director of Operations for both the Shelbyville and North Wales locations in 2005.

 

Mr. Judy has many years of experience, working in quality and manufacturing areas within the automotive industry for Ford, Volkswagen, Fiat and a variety of tier-one and tier-two suppliers. He attended Marywood College and holds a Six Sigma greenbelt certification from Vanderbilt University. He also earned QS 9000 lead assessor certification, was certified in level I & II in nondestructive testing processes, and completed the Boeing lean training program.

 

Brian Curry

Engineering

 

Brian Curry is responsible for directing all aspects of engineering design, development, testing and technical data management for the company's product lines. In addition, he leads the new product development efforts focusing on new technology, materials and markets.

 

Mr. Curry joined the company in 1998 as Design Engineer. Since joining the company, he has served as Project Engineer and Design Manager. He was promoted to Director of Engineering in July 2004. In this previous role, Mr. Curry was responsible for leading the Design Department, Test Laboratory and Configuration Management group. Mr. Curry holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Widener University.

 

David Marten

Quality

 

David Marten leads the Quality group at Triumph Controls. Mr. Marten is responsible for all products and processes of the Quality Management System, including regulatory policy adherence for both manufacturing and the FAA repair stations. 

Mr. Marten joined Triumph Control in 2013. He is a recognized expert in Error-Proofing product designs, production and administrative processes. He has an extensive Quality Management history at various automotive and heavy truck companies with additional work in the Aerospace industry. Mr. Marten received his bachelor’s degree from Purdue University and MBA from Michigan State University.

Ken Bartlett, CPIM
Purchasing/Supply Chain

Ken Bartlett has been the leader of Triumph Controls' purchasing and supply chain activities since June 2009. Mr. Bartlett is responsible for leading all aspects of materials management.

 

Mr. Bartlett has extensive experience in managing all facets of operations and materials management in a manufacturing environment as well as facilitating and managing change. His expertise extends to MRP/ERP software implementations, lean manufacturing concepts and ISO certifications. Mr. Bartlett attended the Wharton School of Business and has a bachelor’s degree in business management from Chestnut Hill College, where he graduated magna cum laude. He is certified in production and inventory management by the American Production and Inventory Control Society and is currently pursuing supply chain certification with APICS. Mr. Barlett also has served in the U.S. Marine Corps.

 

Tina Barasha

Customer Service

 

Tina Barasha is responsible for leading all aspects of customer support for Triumph’s commercial and military OEM aerospace and aerospace aftermarket businesses. She began her employment with Triumph Controls in September 2001, holding various positions within the Customer Support department before being promoted to her current position in November 2008.

 

Ms. Barasha attended Central Pennsylvania Business School and received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Gwynedd-Mercy College.

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