Casey Delaney, LoJack’s vice president and controller since April 2011, will serve as acting CFO until a full-time replacement is named, according to the company. Peck will remain with LoJack in an advisory role until June 30 to assist in the transition.
“Since joining LoJack in November 2011, Don (Peck) has strengthened our finance organization and contributed to the success of the company,” said Randy Ortiz, CEO and president of LoJack. “I want to thank Don for his service and wish him the best in his future endeavors. Casey, who has 25 years of corporate finance experience, is well qualified to perform as Acting CFO during the executive search process.”
LoJack has retained international executive search firm Heidrick & Struggles to assist in the process of identifying a successor, according to the company.
Before joining LoJack, Delaney worked as corporate controller of WB Mason Co. from 2008 to 2011, and during her tenure served as acting CFO for a 12-month period.