Gordon Composites names Kevin E. Stay President and General Manager
Gordon Composites, Inc., a producer of advanced composite materials, announced on July 19, 2011 that Kevin E. Stay has joined the company as president and general manager.
“We are pleased to have Kevin join our team,” said Mike Gordon, chairman of Gordon Holdings, Inc. “He brings nearly 30 years of industry leadership experience and his knowledge will be a great help to our customers and our company as we continue to grow the business.”
Before joining Gordon Composites, Stay was the president of two start‑up companies in Sparta, Wis. – Brennan Industries, Inc. (2000–2011) and NoVoc Solutions, Inc. (2007–2011). Under his leadership, NoVoc and Brennan introduced industry-changing technologies and achieved rapid sales growth.
Stay was also instrumental in founding the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) teaching international target-style archery to students during school hours in physical education classes. The program has grown from 21 pilot schools to more than 9,000 schools in 47 states and four countries, teaching archery to approximately 2 million students each year. He continues to be active in NASP as a board member and vice president.
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in industrial technology product development from the University of Wisconsin-Stout in Menomonie, Wisconsin.
About Gordon Composites
Founded in the 1950s and now headquartered in Montrose, Colo., Gordon Composites, Inc. is an enterprise known for composite laminates and bar stock. The company fabricates thermoset composite materials for specific applications such as contoured laminates for archery and industrial applications. The company is the leading supplier of high-performance bow limbs to the archery industry. The company also produces advanced thermoplastic composites materials.
More information : www.gordoncomposites.com