Windsor auto parts maker names new CEO


Windsor auto parts manufacturer Stanadyne named a new CEO on Wednesday, after the company's former chief took a smaller leadership role nine months into the job.

David Galuska took over as CEO this week of the fuel injection system manufacturer, after joining Stanadyne in 2012 as its chief operating officer. Prior to working for Stanadyne, Galuska held various positions with Hartford conglomerate United Technologies Corp. for 33 years.

Galuska replaces Robert Isaman, who joined Stanadyne. Isaman played key roles in the selling of the company's water filtration division and developing its plan to expand in the fuel injection market. Isaman will become executive chairman of the Stanadyne board of directors.

Stanadyne also promoted John Pinson to president of the company. Pinson joined Stanadyne in 2009 as the company's vice president and chief technical officer.

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