Home / Executive Moves / Cubic Names William Boyle Interim CEO Following Founder Walter Zable’s Passing

Cubic Names William Boyle Interim CEO Following Founder Walter Zable’s Passing

William W. Boyle
Walter C. Zable

Cubic Corp. (NYSE: CUB) has appointed Chief Financial Officer Willam W. Boyle interim president and CEO following the death of founder Walter J. Zable, who had also served as board chairman.

For more on Zable’s life and career, click over to GovCon Executive.

The company said Boyle will retain his CFO role, a position he has held since joining the company in 1983.

Walter C. Zable, the founder’s son and former vice chairman of the board, will now serve as board chairman.

Boyle previously held various corporate positions in New York with Sperry Rand, American Brands and General Electric.

He has also served as vice president and treasurer of the San Diego-based Wickes Corp.

His previous management positions include service as president of the Cubic Transportation Systems subsidiary, where he also worked as a general manager for four years.

Check Also

Former Kforce, SES Exec Patrick Sullivan Joins Aptive as Digital Services VP

Patrick Sullivan, formerly vice president of emerging technologies at SES, has joined consulting services provider Aptive Resources as VP of digital services, FedHealthIT reported Thursday.

E3/Sentinel Wins Air Force Facility Support Order Under OASIS Vehicle

E3/Sentinel has received a five-year task order under the General Services Administration's One Acquisition Solutions for Integrated Services contract to support civil engineering work at two U.S. Air Force installations. The company said Thursday it will support the 21st Civil Engineering Squadron in planning and programming activities for military construction and facility sustainment projects.