720 Talleyrand Avenue    Jacksonville, Florida 32202
Phone 904-355-5885    FAX 904-355-7648
 
 
 
 

Glenn C. Speicher


Glenn C. Speicher


 
 
 

EDUCATION

Pennsylvania State University
B.S. Accounting, 1972
Accounting Club, Dormitory Athletic Director

Wilson High School , West Lawn, Pennsylvania
Academic, 1968

U.S. Army Accounting School
1973, Fort Benjamin Harrison, Indiana
Special Leadership Training, 1973 - Ft. Dix, New Jersey


 
 
 

EXPERIENCE RECORD


Hal Jones Contractor, Inc. - Jacksonville, Florida November 1997 - Present, Treasurer/Controller Supervisor: Hal L. Jones, Jr., President

Responsible for normal financial and administrative functions of a southeast United States marine contractor. Management philosophy of small overhead required my involvement in most all the administrative functions of this business, including highly regulated requirements of being a government contractor.

Wood-Hopkins Contracting Company, Inc. - Jacksonville, Florida December 1986 - October 1997, Treasurer/Controller Supervisor: Hal L. Jones, Jr., President

Responsible for normal financial and administrative functions of a southeast United States marine contractor. Management philosophy of small overhead required my involvement in most all the administrative functions of this business, including highly regulated requirements of being a government contractor.

Southeast Equipment Company - Jacksonville, Florida March 1982 - December 1986, Vice President Finance Supervisor: W.B. Dickerson, President

Responsible for all financial and administrative functions of a statewide construction equipment dealership. Duties include those of a corporate treasurer, controller and personnel director. My management and leadership abilities involve me extensively in all operational functions of the business. I was also instrumental in the initial start-up of the corporation in 1982 and its reorganization in 1984.

VSE Corporation - Alexandria, Virginia February 1976 - December 1975, Accounting Section Head Supervisor: Paul W. Hogge, President

Responsible for the daily operation of the accounting office for a Washington, D.C. corporation primarily involved in government contracting. I supervised 16 people and was responsible for the normal functions of the accounting office, including management reporting, payroll, custodial accounts recording and analysis, external financial statement preparation, tax reporting and customer billings.

U.S. Army December 1972 - December 1975 Military Intelligence Contingency Fund Accountant; E5

Conducted day to day operations of an accounting system unique to the intelligence operation and worldwide in scope. The position required a Top Secret security clearance. I received two Army Commendation Medals during my two and a half year tenure with the agency.

Work experience includes other various part-time or summer employment while attending school, dating from June 1966 through December 1972.