CARLISLE'S LIMITED PARTNERS

 
Summary profiles on the Carlisle Limited Partners are presented below. The collective resources of this accomplished group further differentiate Carlisle with its resident operating expertise. Carlisle's Limited Partners commit their broad industry experience, expertise and networks to make Carlisle Enterprises' acquisition program more successful.
 

William S. Antle
Mr. Antle is the former Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Oak Industries Inc., a leading manufacturer of highly engineered components for the communications industries. Prior to serving at Oak Industries, Mr. Antle was Executive Vice President at Bain and Company, an international strategic consulting firm, where he held administrative responsibility for one of the five operating groups which ran Bain and Company's North American consulting practice. He also served as General Manager of a four-plant complex in the U.K. for Cummins Engine Company, the largest independent manufacturer of diesel engines. Mr. Antle formerly was Chairman of Linc.net, a former Carlisle Enterprises portfolio company, and currently is on the boards of ESCO Electronics Corporation, John J. Harland Company and Checkpoint Systems, Inc. He formerly served on the boards of GenRad Inc. and Nvest Companies, L.P.


James E. Ashton
Dr. Ashton was formerly Chief Executive Officer of Precision Partners, a Carlisle Enterprises portfolio company. Precision Partners was formed through a build-up strategy to create a leading supplier of outsourced precision machined and fabricated metal parts for original equipment manufacturers. Dr. Ashton also served as Chief Executive Officer of Fiberite, Inc., a Carlisle Enterprises portfolio company and a $270 million leader in the manufacture of advanced composite materials. A former Vice President and General Manager of the $350 million Armament Systems Division of FMC Corporation, a manufacturer of large automated cannon and missile launching systems, Dr. Ashton also served as Vice President and General Manager of the HDS Division of Schlumberger, a $160 million manufacturer of instruments, trucks and computers utilized in oil well logging and service. Dr. Ashton is a former Chairman of the Committee of the Machine Tool Industry for the National Research Council. Dr. Ashton currently serves on the boards of ThermaSys, Inc. (dba Steel Parts), Poco Graphite, Inc., One Neck, Inc., Marine Travelift, Inc. and ExacTech, Inc. He also served as a director of Extrusion Dies, Inc., Lokring, Inc., Diametrics Medical, Inc. and Composite Optics, Inc.


Daniel W. Derbes
Formerly President of Signal Ventures, a private investment firm specializing in high growth manufacturing companies, Mr. Derbes previously served as President of Allied Signal International, a $12 billion manufacturer of automotive and aerospace products and engineered materials. He previously held the position of President of The Signal Companies, Inc., a diversified business with $4 billion of revenues in aerospace, electronics and engineering. Mr. Derbes served as Chairman of the board of the WD-40 Company and was a director of Oak Industries, Inc. He also formerly served on the boards of Sempra Energy and its subsidiaries, San Diego Gas & Electric, Southern California Gas Company and Pacific Enterprises. He continues to serve as a Trustee Emeritus of the University of San Diego.


Hudson B. Drake
As former President of Allegheny Teledyne's Aerospace, Electronics and Specialty Metals segment, Mr. Drake was responsible for eight manufacturing companies with sales of $1.5 billion. He also held several other senior operating management positions at Teledyne, Inc. Prior to joining Teledyne, Mr. Drake served for ten years in a number of management positions in engineering, operations, and new business development at the Autonetics Division of Rockwell International. He won a presidential appointment as a White House Fellow and served as the Special Assistant to the Vice President of the United States. Mr. Drake currently serves on the boards of Compass Aerospace and UCLA Cancer Foundation. He recently served as a director of The New Piper Aircraft, Inc., Board of Governors-Aerospace Industries Association and Defense Policy Advisory Committee on Trade. Mr. Drake served as an Advisor to the board of Duro Industries, Inc., a former Carlisle portfolio company.


John E. Glancy
Dr. Glancy is the former Executive Vice President and Director of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), an $8 billion provider of information technology, systems integration and e-business solutions worldwide. Formerly, Dr. Glancy was CEO and Vice Chairman of Telcordia, Inc. (formerly part of Bell Labs), one of the world's largest telecommunications software and engineering companies. He managed SAIC's spinouts of Network Solutions, Inc., the primary manager of Internet domain names, and of Tellium, an optical networking equipment company. Under Dr. Glancy's leadership, SAIC extended its reach outside the U.S. with partnerships such as INTesa, a joint venture between SAIC and Petroleos de Venezuela, S.A., DS&S, a joint venture between SAIC and Rolls Royce, and Tecsi and Danet, French and German telecommunications software companies. Prior to running SAIC's Commercial and International business, he managed the company's Technology Sector that developed advanced composite materials, instrumentation and control systems, renewable energy systems and intelligent transportation systems. After leaving SAIC, Dr. Glancy, has focused on high technology startups including NetworkCar, Arsin, Advanced Aerations Systems, Advanced Sensor Technologies, Triage and ANXe Business.


Wayne M. Hoffman
Mr. Hoffman is the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Flying Tiger Line, Inc. and Tiger International, Inc., the international air cargo and transport company. During Mr. Hoffman's 19 years at Flying Tiger, the company grew to $2.5 billion in revenues and was sold to Federal Express in the late 1980s. Prior to Flying Tiger, Mr. Hoffman served as Chairman of the Board of the New York Central Transportation Company, and in other executive roles with the New York Central Railroad Co. and the Illinois Central Railroad. He formerly served on the boards of Hoffman Pacific Corporation (owner), Pacific Executive Aviation, Adventure Airlines, U.S. Sunamerica, Inc., Kaufmann & Broad, Rohr, Inc. and Aerospace Corp. Mr. Hoffman also co-founded the Hungry Tiger chain of restaurants located throughout the western United States.


Christoph L. Hoffmann
As former Executive Vice President, Law and Corporate Administration, and Secretary of Raytheon Company, Mr. Hoffmann played a leading role in a number of significant acquisitions and divestitures, including Raytheon's acquisitions of the Hawker Aircraft line from British Aerospace, E-Systems, the Defense Business of Texas Instruments, and Hughes Aircraft Company. Prior to Raytheon, Mr. Hoffmann was Senior Vice President, Secretary and General Counsel for Pneumo Abex Corporation, and Staff Attorney and Assistant General Counsel for Textron, Inc. Mr. Hoffmann is a member of the American, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island Bar Associations, and The Association of General Counsel. Currently, he is Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Needham, a director of Medical Web Technologies and a member of the advisory board of eLaw Forum, Inc. He is a former director of the New England Legal Foundation and Associated Industries of Massachusetts.


Tim S. Jeffries
Mr. Jeffries has been actively participating in Carlisle's acquisition program since 2006. As a result of his involvement in the Small Business Initiative (SBI), Mr. Jeffries serves as Chairman of Contractors Wire & Cable, LLC, a Carlisle SBI portfolio company. Mr. Jeffries also serves as Managing Partner of P7 Enterprises, LLC, a management consulting firm providing strategic services to several companies in diverse industries; and as Senior Advisor to 1stWEST Mergers & Acquisitions, LLC, an investment banking arm of 1stWEST Financial Corporation. Previously, Mr. Jeffries served as the Chief Operating Officer of Mobility Electronics, Inc., where he spearheaded the strategic and financial turnaround of the failing mobile accessories company. Mr. Jeffries served as Vice President and General Manager of the $1.5 billion Storage and Components Division and Vice President of the $10.3 billion Vendor ("Technical") Sales Division of Ingram Micro, Inc., a Fortune 50 Company and worldwide leader in information technology distribution and services. Mr. Jeffries served as Vice President of Business Development and Vice President of Marketing of Intelligent Electronics, Inc., a Fortune 250 Company acquired by Ingram Micro. Mr. Jeffries currently serves as Vice Chairman of Mission Technology Group, Inc. (dba Magma); and Director of NETtime Solutions, Inc.. Mr. Jeffries serves on the executive boards of the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Make-A-Wish Foundation of Arizona, and Arizona Voice for Crime Victims, Inc. In addition, Mr. Jeffries serves on the boards of Parents of Murdered Children, Inc., and Duke University Fuqua School of Business MBA Alumni Council.


John A. (Jack) Krol
Mr. Krol is the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of DuPont, a $45 billion research and technology-based global chemical and energy company offering high-performance products based on chemicals, polymers, fibers and petroleum. After joining DuPont in 1963, Mr. Krol held various marketing and manufacturing positions in DuPont Fibers until being named Vice President in 1983. In 1986, he joined DuPont Agricultural Products and served as Senior Vice President until being named Senior Vice President of DuPont Fibers in 1990. In 1992, Mr. Krol was elected Vice Chairman, was named President and Chief Executive Officer in 1995, and became Chairman and Chief Executive Officer in 1997. In August of 2002, Mr. Krol joined the board of Tyco International Ltd. Mr. Krol currently serves on the boards of MeadWestvaco Corporation, ACE Limited Insurance and Milliken & Company. Mr. Krol is on the advisory board of Bechtel Corporation, and the board of trustees of the University of Delaware. He is a former member of The Business Council, a former trustee of Hagley Museum and emeritus trustee of Tufts University, and the former president of GEM: The National Consortium for Graduate Degrees for Minorities in Engineering and Science, Inc. He formerly served on the boards of Armstrong World Industries, Inc., JP Morgan and the advisory board of Teijin Ltd.


Dana G. Mead
Dana G. Mead currently serves as Chairman of the Corporation of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the $7 billion global manufacturer, Tenneco Inc., and of the two successor companies of the Tenneco conglomerate, Tenneco Automotive Inc., a producer of automotive parts, ride control products and exhaust systems, and Pactiv Corporation, a leading packaging company. Mr. Mead served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer from 1994 to 1999, and as President and Chief Operating Officer from 1992 to 1994. He was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Case Corporation, and Chairman of Albright & Wilson Chemicals and Newport News Shipbuilding Inc., both Tenneco subsidiaries. Mr. Mead served in various executive positions, including Executive Vice President and Director of International Paper, last serving as Executive Vice President of the pulp and paper sector. Mr. Mead served in the White House from 1970-1974 as a White House Fellow and then as Associate and Deputy Director of the Domestic Council. Mr. Mead currently serves on the board of Pfizer Inc. and served previously as Director of Zurich Financial Services. He is past Chairman of the Business Roundtable, the U.S. delegation of the Transatlantic Business Dialogue and is a past Chairman and former Director of the Association of Manufacturers. Currently, he is Chairman of the Business Advisory Council for United Nations Office for Project Services and is a member of the Board of Governors of The Boys & Girls Clubs of America.


Southwood J. (Woody) Morcott
Mr. Morcott formerly served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Dana Corporation, a $13 billion, 50,000-employee, Fortune 500 company that manufactures vehicular and industrial components in 30 countries. Mr. Morcott started with Dana Corporation in 1963, was appointed President of Dana's North American operations in 1984, and became Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Dana Corp. in 1989. Mr. Morcott was a member of The U.S. Business Roundtable, the Ohio Business Roundtable and the U.S.- Japan Business Council, Inc. He also served as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Manufacturers Alliance. His board positions include CSX Corporation, Phelps Dodge Corporation, Johnson Controls, Inc. and Navistar.


Vincent J. Naimoli
Mr. Naimoli is Founder and Chairman and formerly served as Managing General Partner/Chief Executive Officer of the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, a major league baseball franchise. He was a founder and former Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Anchor Glass Container Corporation, which was purchased in a divestiture from Anchor Hocking Corporation, a leading manufacturer of glass containers for beer, food, soft drinks, toiletries and cosmetics. Mr. Naimoli grew Anchor Glass from $240 million to a NYSE-listed company with sales of over $1 billion. He also served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Lancaster Capital Corporation, a large private acquisition fund whose investors included a distinguished group of present and former CEOs of major corporations. Among Mr. Naimoli's other achievements are serving as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer in the turnarounds of Electrolux Corporation, Regina Company, Doehler-Jarvis Corporation, Harvard Industries, Ladish Co. (Chairman) and serving as Director of National Gypsum Company. He has served previously as Director of JLM Industries, Inc., Simplicity Pattern Co., Inc., Russell Stanley Corp. and Florida Progress Corp.


John G. Raos
John Raos is the current President/Chief Executive Officer of Precision Partners, a former Carlisle Enterprises portfolio company. Mr. Raos spent most of his business career with Hanson Industries, Inc. (Hanson), the U.S. arm of the multinational conglomerate Hanson PLC, most recently as President and Chief Operating Officer. Over his 20 year career with Hanson, through acquisition and organic growth, sales and operating profits grew from $35 million and $10 million to $12 billion and $1.5 billion, respectively. Previously, Mr. Raos also held positions as Senior Vice President of Operations, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer of Hanson and a Director, President and Chief Operating Officer of U.S. Industries ("USI"), a tax free spin-off to Hanson PLC shareholders, with annual revenues of $3.4 billion and leading market positions in bath & plumbing products, lighting and hardware & tools. Mr. Raos became President and Chief Operating Officer of Strategic Industries, Inc. which was formed by USI to be a tax free leveraged micro-cap spin-off to its shareholders and consisted of their consumer, precision engineered products and automotive interior operations. At both Hanson and USI, Mr. Raos participated in all aspects of merger and acquisition activity including origination, finance and the negotiation of over $10 billion of acquisitions and disposals. Some of the better-known acquisitions include SCM Corporation, Kidde, Inc., Peabody Coal, Consolidated Goldfields, Quantum Chemical, Odyssey Golf and Zurn Industries.


Ralph E. Reins
Ralph E. Reins is the former Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Qualitor, Inc., a leading supplier of aftermarket and original equipment parts to the automotive and heavy-duty truck industries. He is the former President and Chief Executive Officer of AP Parts International, a $400 million major supplier of exhaust systems to the automotive original equipment manufacture and aftermarket industries, in the United States and foreign countries. Mr. Reins was Executive Vice President of AlliedSignal, Inc. and President of AlliedSignal Automotive, a $5 billion manufacturer of automotive parts and accessories, where he held direct responsibility for a worldwide enterprise with 33,500 employees in 15 countries. He is the former President of United Technologies Automotive, a $2.4 billion automotive component business, and Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President of Mack Truck, a manufacturer of class 7 and 8 heavy duty trucks with sales of $2 billion. Mr. Reins previously was Senior Vice President of ITT Corp. and President and Chief Executive Officer of ITT-Automotive, a $2.9 billion automotive components business. Earlier, Mr. Reins held management positions with Rockwell International and General Motors' Chevrolet Motor Division. Mr. Reins currently serves as a director of Rofin-Sinar, Inc. and Group Dekko (a Centre portfolio company) and formerly served on the boards of MEMA, SAE, University of Michigan - National Advisory Company Member and Oakland University - Foundation Director.


William A. Roper, Jr.
Currently Chief Executive Officer and President of VeriSign, Inc., a $1.6 billion domain name registry and provider of internet transaction security services. Mr. Roper previously served as Corporate Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), a diversified technology services company with annual revenues of $8 billion. Mr. Roper was responsible for all financial functions with emphasis on acquisitions, venture investing and strategic development activities, including SAIC's $1.3 billion IPO completed in October 2006. He led SAIC's purchase of Telcordia, Inc. (formerly Bellcore), one of the world's largest telecommunications software and consulting companies, and also the creation and spinout of Tellium, an optical networking equipment company. He also led SAIC's purchase and eventual spinout of Network Solutions, Inc., the primary registry of internet domain names. He managed SAIC's mergers and acquisitions and, as Chairman of SAIC Venture Capital Corporation, he led venture capital investment activities for strategic growth and business development initiatives. SAIC VCC currently has investments in more than 30 early stage technology companies and assets valued at more than $2 billion. Mr. Roper previously served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Intelogic Trace, Inc., a NYSE-listed nationwide computer support organization. Mr. Roper formerly served in several capacities with Bell & Howell Company, including Corporate Vice President and Treasurer. Mr. Roper serves on the boards of ACCION San Diego, the CEO Roundtable, the San Francisco Advisory Board of Factory Mutual Insurance Company, the Holiday Bowl, Regents Bank, NA, the San Diego Foundation, San Diego Regional Economic Development Foundation, SkinMedica, Inc., and VeriSign, Inc. Former directorships include: Allendale Mutual Insurance Company, Alvarado Hospital Medical Center and the Greater San Diego Chamber of Commerce.


Philip J. Sauder
Mr. Sauder has been actively participating in Carlisle's acquisition program on a full-time basis since 1994. He currently serves as Chairman and holds a controlling interest in PayAmerica, a niche payroll service provider acquired from Ceridian Corporation. Mr. Sauder also serves currently as Chairman of Micromatic, LLC, a manufacturer of high technology robotic and automation equipment and specialty hydraulic rotary actuators. He previously served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Alpha Technologies and formerly served as Chairman of Aviation Systems International (ASI), both former Carlisle Enterprises portfolio companies. Alpha is a manufacturer of sophisticated instruments and software which measure and test cure characteristics of compounded rubber and other industrial compounds. ASI is a supplier of spare aircraft parts to commercial and general aviation markets worldwide. Mr. Sauder formerly served as Vice President and General Manager of the Aerospace Division of Abex Inc., a $500 million manufacturer of flight and engine control systems; hydraulic pumps, motors and servo valves; automotive friction material and airport boarding bridges. Other previous positions include President and General Manager of Cleveland Pneumatic Company, a $275 million company involved in the manufacture and overhaul of aircraft landing gear for commercial and military customers; General Manager of the PTC Aerospace Division of Pullman Inc., a $75 million manufacturer of commercial aircraft seating; and Vice President, Operations for Trailmobile, Inc., a manufacturer of over-the-road trailers. Mr. Sauder was a former director of American International Airways, Inc.


George A. Sissel
Mr. Sissel is the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Ball Corporation and former Chairman of Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. Ball Corporation, a $2.9 billion NYSE company, is comprised of two segments: packaging, and aerospace and technologies. He led the acquisition of Reynolds Metal Company's metal container business, and initiated a new business segment in plastic beverage bottles, helping to grow Ball into what is now the largest producer of metal beverage cans in North America. Business areas of Ball Aerospace & Technologies include civil space systems, commercial space operations, defense systems, systems engineering operations, advanced antennas and video systems, and communication and video products. Educated as an electrical engineer, Mr. Sissel subsequently received his Juris Doctorate and worked as an attorney prior to joining Ball in 1970. Mr. Sissel joined Ball as Group Counsel and over the course of his 30-year career there served as General Counsel, Corporate Secretary, Senior Vice President and President. Mr. Sissel currently serves on the board of Ciber, Inc. He formerly served as a director of the National Association of Manufacturers, Colorado Association of Commerce & Industry (State Chamber of Commerce), Mountain States Employers Council, Colorado Governor's Commission of Science and Technology, University of Colorado, College of Engineering (Boulder) and College of Business (Denver), Boards of Advisors, First Merchants Corporation (Indiana) and on the Board of Advisors of BancOne Venture Partners.


Jerre L. Stead
Mr. Stead currently serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of IHS, Inc., a $600 million leading worldwide provider of information products and services to the aeropace, defense, automotive, construction, electronics and energy industries. He led IHS to a very successful IPO in November 2005. He previously served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Ingram Micro Inc., a leading worldwide distributor of computer and technology services and products. He joined Ingram Micro in 1996 and under his leadership grew it from $8 billion to a global $30 billion company, conducting business in over 120 countries. Previously, Mr. Stead was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Legent Corporation until he resigned after a successful merger with Computer Associates. Earlier, Mr. Stead was Chief Executive Officer of AT&T's Global Business Communications Systems and later was promoted to Executive Vice President of AT&T and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of AT&T Global Information Solutions (NCR Corporation). During this time, Mr. Stead was Chairman of NCR Japan, a publicly traded company and was a member of AT&T's Management Executive Committee. Mr. Stead is the former Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Palatine, Illinois-based Square D Co., a leading manufacturer of electrical distribution and factory automation products. Mr. Stead began his career at Honeywell Inc., where he spent 21 years and held a number of executive management positions in the United States and Europe. During this period, Mr. Stead was the Chairman and CEO of Honeywell-Phillips medical electronics as well as Group Vice President of the homes and buildings group. In addition to his role at IHS, Mr. Stead is serving as director of Brightpoint, Inc., Conexant, and Mindspeed. Former directorships include BMC, Armstrong World Industries, Chinatron, Mobility and the TPG Group. He previously served as Chairman of the National Electrical Manufacturers Association and as Chairman of the Board for the Center of Ethics and Values at Garrett Seminary on the Northwestern University campus.


Ralph E. Stewart
Mr. Stewart has been actively participating in Carlisle's acquisition program since 1994. He currently serves as Chairman of Benetech, a leading supplier of dust management systems to the coal and electric utility industries and formerly served as a director of Alpha Technologies, both Carlisle portfolio companies. He formerly was the Chief Executive Officer of Kendro Laboratory Products, L.P., a $230 million major manufacturer of laboratory equipment for the life sciences industry, a former Carlisle portfolio company. Mr. Stewart also served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Abex, Inc., and President and Chief Executive Officer of Pneumo Abex Corp., an $800 million manufacturer of landing gear, flight and engine control systems; hydraulic pumps, motors and servo valves; as well as automotive friction material and airport boarding bridges. Prior to Pneumo Abex, Mr. Stewart was Group Vice President of Operations for Pullman Inc. and President of Trailmobile, Inc. His industry knowledge and experience also encompass manufacturing in the fields of truck trailers, solid waste material handling equipment, automotive stamping, and industrial and transportation hose and couplings.


J. Stark Thompson
Dr. J. Stark Thompson recently retired after 12 years as President and Chief Executive Officer of Life Technologies, Inc. (LTI), a company with annual revenue of $364 million that manufactures and supplies products used in life sciences research and commercial manufacture of genetically engineered products. Prior to LTI, Dr. Thompson served for 21 years with DuPont where he most recently served as Director of its $300 million Diagnostics Systems Division. He has had extensive experience with DuPont in sales and marketing, both in the U.S. and Europe, as well as in diagnostics, biotechnology and health care business planning. Dr. Thompson chairs the Ohio State University's Board of Visitors of the College of Biological Sciences. He is also involved in Muskingum College Board of Trustees, on the boards of ATTO Bioscience, Inc., MaxCyte, Inc., and Gene Logic, Inc. He owns Black Horse Yachts, LLC and is a board member and secretary of the Kennett Area YMCA. Dr. Thompson is on the board of the University of Maryland Biotechnology Institute's Board of Visitors, and is a former member of the Board of Directors of The University of Maryland Foundation, Inc.; The Johns Hopkins University Advisory Board; the Board of Directors of the High Technology Council of Maryland; the Association of Clinical Chemists; and the American Chemical Society. He was a member of the Board of Kendro Laboratory Products, L.P., a former Carlisle Enterprises portfolio company.


Harry W. Todd
A former Managing Director and founder of Carlisle Enterprises, Mr. Todd has over 40 years experience in general corporate management and engineering in domestic and international industrial, aerospace/defense and commercial industries. This experience includes managing turnarounds of several major industrial and aerospace subsidiaries including two NYSE companies. Mr. Todd served ten years as Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Rohr Industries, Inc., a $1.4 billion commercial/defense aerospace manufacturing company. Prior to joining Rohr, Mr. Todd was Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of The L.E. Myers Co., a $170 million NYSE electrical transmission and distribution construction firm, and served as Chairman of L.E. Myers International. Previously, Mr. Todd served for 30 years with Rockwell International Corp.In his final position as Vice President, Operations, for Rockwell, he directed the operations of seven separate space and airframe manufacturing businesses that included the Space Shuttle, B-1 bomber, Saberliner, and other commercial aircraft programs. Other assignments with Rockwell included serving as President of the Tulsa Aircraft Division, the Textile Machinery Group, and the Industrial & Marine Group. Mr. Todd previously served as an advisor to the Board of Directors of Duro, a former Carlisle Enterprises portfolio company. He also previously served as a member of the Boards of Pacific Scientific Company, Helmerich & Payne, Inc., and Garrett Aviation Services, a former Carlisle Enterprises portfolio company.


Robert R. Womack
Mr. Womack served as Chairman of Precision Partners, a former Carlisle Enterprises portfolio company, formed through a build-up strategy to create a leading supplier of outsourced precision machined and fabricated metal parts to original equipment manufacturers. He recently retired as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of USI Bath and Plumbing Products, a $1.3 billion diversified manufacturer of plumbing, bath and HVAC products sold under such brands as Jacuzzi, Eljer, Zurn, US Brass and Selkirk. As former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Zurn Industries, an $800 million diversified manufacturing and engineering construction company serving the non-residential construction and power generation industries, Mr. Womack led Zurn's major complementary acquisitions of Eljer Industries, Sanitary-Dash and a merger with U.S. Industries. He is the former Vice Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Director of IMO Industries, a $1 billion NYSE-listed manufacturer of analytical and optical instruments, and electronic and mechanical controls, and previously served as President and Chief Operating Officer of the $950 million Controls Division of Siebe plc. Mr. Womack is a former Partner at the international management-consulting firm of McKinsey & Company, where he served for 12 years advising major domestic and international corporations. He currently serves as a board member of Jacuzzi Brands, Inc. and Commercial Metals Company.