Mark Rohricht joins Crane Aerospace and Electronics in Redmond

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Mark Rohricht
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Mark Rohricht has been named the new vice president of human resources of the electronics group for Crane Aerospace and Electronics, which has a location in Redmond.

In this role, Rohricht will report directly to Bob Tavares, president of Crane Electronics Group. Rohricht will be responsible for human resources for all of the electronics groups locations including Beverly, Mass., Chandler, Ariz., Ft. Walton Beach, Fla., West Caldwell, N.J., Redmond and Kaohsiung, Taiwan. His primary location will be Redmond.

Rohricht has an extensive background in human resources, which includes organizational design, leadership development and international human resources. He has been with Healthways for the last 10 years, serving two primary roles: vice president of leadership and organizational development as well as vice president of international human resources. Prior to Healthways, he worked in various leadership roles at Kimberly-Clark Corporation including leading human resources for one of the company's larger manufacturing sites.

Rohricht received his bachelor of arts in both economics and psychology from Lawrence University in Appleton, Wis. and his doctorate in industrial and organizational psychology from the University of Tennessee.

Crane is a major supplier of systems and components for aerospace and defense applications. These systems and components are designed for some of the toughest environments — from engines to landing gear, satellites to medical implants and missiles to unmanned aerial systems (UAS). Product and service offerings are organized in solution sets and include cabin systems, fluid management, landing systems, microelectronics, microwave, power and sensing and utility systems. Products are manufactured under the brand names ELDEC, Hydro-Aire, Interpoint, Keltec, Lear Romec, Merrimac, P.L. Porter and Signal Technology. For more information about Crane, visit or, and for Crane Co., visit

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