Michael Pack to Serve as Oshkosh EVP, CFO; Wilson Jones Quoted

Jeff Brody

Michael Pack, vice president of finance within the fire and emergency segment at Oshkosh (NYSE: OSK), will succeed David Sagehorn as the company’s executive vice president and chief financial officer in April.

Sagehorn is set to retire on April 4 after a two-decade career with the company and will serve as an external adviser for a year to facilitate a transition, Oshkosh said Friday.

Wilson Jones, president and CEO of Oshkosh, said Pack is a trusted leader with financial and business acumen and his appointment reflects the company’s succession planning process.

“The Board and I are confident that Mike is the right addition to our leadership team as we continue to strengthen our People First culture and execute our MOVE strategy to deliver sustainable long-term growth and value for shareholders,” Jones added.

Pack is a certified public accountant and has been serving as finance VP since 2012 within the company’s fire and emergency segment. He joined Oshkosh in 2006 and has held finance leadership positions with the firm’s corporate, access equipment and commercial teams. He previously served as a senior audit manager at Grant Thornton.

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