Nearly a full year after its executive suite was emptied to save money, a revived Eagle Computer Inc. has replenished its management ranks with the appointment of five vice presidents.
Richard Sergo, a consultant who negotiated Garden Grove-based Eagle's new manufacturing agreement with a Korean electronics company, was hired as executive vice president and chief operating officer.
Before becoming an independent consultant, Sergo was vice president-product development at Columbia Data Products and worked at Exxon Office Systems and Decision Data Computer Corp.
In addition to Sergo, Eagle hired John Harwer as vice president-marketing and Edmund Hornby for the newly created position of vice president-international sales.
Hornby replaces Richard Thunen, who was been promoted to senior vice president-strategic planning.
Finally, Shelley Valk has been named vice president-finance and chief financial officer, positions which had been vacant since last summer.
In a prepared statement, President Gary Kappenman said the staff additions are "part of our long-term strategy for success in the business computer marketplace."