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Bill Westervelt – Senior Vice President, International Sales
Bill is responsible for all of Crane’s commercial and customer development activities for our non-US clients. Bill has been a part of Crane’s currency business since 1988 and has broad background including process engineering, sales, and general management. Bill was Managing Director of Crane’s Swedish subsidiary from 2002 to 2006. He holds an MS degree in Paper Science from Lawrence University and a BS from the University of Maine.

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Annemarie C. Watson – President
Annemarie joined Crane Currency in 2012 as the Vice President of Operations across Crane’s global businesses. In 2016, she was promoted to President of International Currency where she was responsible for research and development, product management, production and delivery of all non-US product for Crane. In January 2018, Annemarie was named President of Crane Currency. She has previous experience in operational improvement and strategy roles at MDS Inc. (a global Life Sciences company), The Boston Consulting Group, as well as Honda Manufacturing. She received her M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School and an Engineering Degree from Queen’s University.

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Tom Gernon,Vice President of Continuous Improvement
Tom joined Crane in January 2017 and is responsible for Information Technology, Process Excellence and Security. Previously, he held senior roles in technology and operations in a variety of industries including education, life sciences, retail and financial services for companies such as The Princeton Review, MDS Inc., Staples Inc. and Fidelity Investments. Mr. Gernon completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School and received his B.S. of Computer Science from The College of William and Mary.