Robert W. Cremin

ROBERT W. CREMIN is Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer of
Esterline Technologies Corporation and has been with the company since
1976. In nearly three decades with Esterline, he has served in virtually
all of its major operating areas. He began his tenure with Criton
Technologies before the company became Esterline. At Criton, he served
as Director of Program Analysis, Group Executive and Group Vice
President. He joined Esterline in 1987, was appointed President and CEO
in 1999, and became Chairman in 2001. Mr. Cremin began his career at
General Electric, where he was an Advanced Process Development Engineer,
and at Omark Industries, where he held a number of executive roles
including Director of Marketing. In addition to serving on Esterline’s
Board of Directors, Mr. Cremin sits on the Board of the National
Association of Manufacturers and the Greater Seattle Chamber of
Commerce. He belongs to the Harvard Business School Association, the
President’s Council of the Manufacturers Alliance, and is on the Board
of Trustees at the Pacific Northwest Ballet and the Corporate Council
for the Arts. Mr. Cremin holds a BS in Metallurgical Engineering from
the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn and an MBA from Harvard Business