Bon Takes Helm as President of Samson

Thursday, January 18, 2007
Samson announced the appointment of Tony Bon to serve as the company’s president. His background and experience are well suited to his new role with the company and will poise Samson for future growth. Bon has been a valued member of the Samson team since 1974 when he began on the manufacturing floor in Samson’s Massachusetts facility. He soon progressed to Production Superintendent, and later transferred in 1980 to Samson’s Ferndale, Washington factory to be Plant Manager. Since then he has held positions as Materials Manager, Vice President of Operations, Senior Vice President, and most recently Chief Operating Officer (COO), overseeing Samson’s sales, operations, and research and development activities. Bon also enjoys a seat on the Board of Directors for United Way of Whatcom County.

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