Eash joins S&T staff

In August, John F. Eash, AE’79, MS EMgt’90, former division director for Supplier Quality Regional Operations for The Boeing Co., joined the Missouri S&T staff as executive director of corporate relations.

Throughout his 36-year career with Boeing, Eash worked in manufacturing, engineering, supply chain management and quality in positions of increasing responsibility. He also spent eight years as Boeing’s executive focal for the company’s relationship with S&T.

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Comments

  1. John Frerking says:

    John Eash,
    Great to hear of your new position with our alma mater. Of course, now you REALLY have to stop saying UMR!! Hope to see you when visiting Rolla in the future.

    Best regards,
    John