Herculite Products Tweaks Its C-Suite with Pair of Promotions

Herculite Products (Emigsville, PA), a manufacturer of performance and custom fabrics, has promoted Paul Flaherty and Marco Angelone to leadership roles with the company.

Paul Flaherty has been promoted to the newly created position of chief strategy officer. In this role, he will be responsible for the development and implementation of what the company calls its “long-range strategic initiatives.”

Flaherty is a CPA who earned his bachelor’s degree from Duquesne University and his master’s degree from Mount St Mary’s University. He has been with Herculite for 10 years serving as the chief financial officer. Prior to joining Herculite, he served as the CFO of several local companies.

Marco Angelone has been promoted to the role of chief financial officer to fill Flaherty’s vacancy. A CPA who earned his bachelor’s degree from Kutztown University, Angelone has been with Herculite for two years in his role as controller. Prior to joining Herculite, he spent six years at RKL as the audit manager.

Both positions will report to President and CEO Peter McKernan.

For more information, visit herculite.com.

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