CTC Awards Ed Sheehan, Other Staff for 25+ Years With Company

Ed Sheehan

TYSONS CORNER, VA, December 27, 2018 — Concurrent Technologies Corp. has recognized its President and CEO Ed Sheehan for his 25 years of service at the company, which includes his ongoing tenure in the dual leadership role that began 2009, ExecutiveBiz reported Dec. 11.

The nonprofit scientific research and development services contractor said Dec. 10 it awarded a plaque to Sheehan as well as 33 other employees who have worked at CTC for at least 25 years, with adviser engineer Mike Tims having the currently longest period of service at 30 years.

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