CHICAGO (AP) -- Airplane maker and defense contractor Boeing Co. said Tuesday that it is making some changes involving some executives.
The Chicago-based company said commercial airplanes Chief Financial Officer Rob Pasterick, 53, has been named vice president of finance and corporate controller, reporting to Boeing corporate President and Chief Financial Officer James Bell.
Pasterick, who has been with the company for 29 years, succeeds Harry McGee, 59, who becomes vice president of strategy integration for internal services, a new position. McGee, who has 27 years with the company, will continue to report to Bell, Boeing said.
In other changes:
-- Ray Ferrari, 54, a 30-year Boeing veteran, succeeds Pasterick as commercial airplanes chief financial officer.
-- Craig Saddler, 49, now president of Boeing Australia and the South Pacific, will replace Ferrari, who most recently served as vice president of finance for network and space systems at Boeing Integrated Defense systems.
Boeing also named Jon Emery, 51, vice president and controller of the commercial airplanes unit. Emery most recently led the company's program risk assessment group and internal services productivity initiatives.
The changes are effective immediately.