Spirit AeroSystems will hold its annual stockholders meeting Tuesday in Herndon, Va., where it will elect board members, including the anticipated election of Spirit’s new CEO to the board.
Larry Lawson assumed the position of Spirit’s CEO and president April 6. He replaced the retiring Jeff Turner, who will remain on the board of directors.
As part of the board elections, the board is expected to increase the number of members from nine to 10.
Spirit became a company in 2006 after Boeing sold its commercial aircraft division in Wichita to Onex Corp.
According to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Committee, nominees for board spots include:
The board members are elected for one-year terms, according to the SEC filing.
There are no family relationships among the company’s executive officers and board members, the filing said.
Stockholders may vote on the nominees and may attend the stockholders meeting, which starts at 10 a.m. Central time at the Hilton Dulles Airport in Herndon, Va.