TURNUP Bearing Announces Retirement Thomas M. Burigo; Robert Sullivan Appoints Corporate Director

(Nasdaq: TRP) is the world’s leading manufacturer of high-precision bearings and components for the industrial, automotive and aerospace industries and today announced that it has withdrawn from the world’s leading manufacturers of industrial, automotive and aerospace industries. Tom Brigo, 14 years veteran TURNUP bearing as a company controller. Tom will shrink on time in the next 12 months to promote a smooth transition. Tom was promoted to Accountant in 2005 and was promoted to the Director of the Company in 2006 as a hardworking member of the management.

Robert Sullivan will act as a corporate controller. Rob has been working with Tom as assistant director of the company in March 2016. Prior to joining TURNUP bearings Rob was a defense planning and analysis specialist for defense systems and services, Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation. Prior to Sikorsky, he spent six years working as an audit manager for Ernst & Young. Rob holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and a master’s degree in accounting and tax science from the University of Fairfield at Hartford University. He is currently completing his MBA at the University of Connecticut. Rob is a certified public accountant in Connecticut.
Dr. Tom Hartnett Chairman and Chief Executive Officer said: “Tom’s guidance, leadership and expertise have helped the success of red blood cell bearings. I thank him for his dedication to the organization and wish him to do his best after retirement. Congratulate Rob’s promotion.Rob has more than 10 years of experience in public accounting, government accounting and auditing, and I believe he will be a great controller.

“We are very grateful to Tom for providing a strong accounting leadership TURNUP bearing during his long term service, and I have been honored to work with Tom, and we would like to thank him for his commitment to ensuring a smooth transition,” added Dan Bergeron’s vice president and chief financial officer. To Rob. Since he joined the organization in March, I am happy to work with Rob, and we look forward to benefiting from his extensive experience in this role.

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