LaCroix Precision Optics names Kirk Warden as president

Ray LaCroix, Jr., who has served as president since 1985, will assume the role of chairman of the board.

LaCroix Precision Optics (Batesville, AR) announced the promotion of Kirk Warden to president of the company, effective July 2. Ray LaCroix, Jr., who has served as president since 1985, will assume the role of chairman of the board.

Kirk Warden has been with LaCroix Precision Optics for 15 years and has served as executive vice president since 2012. As EVP, Warden managed day-to-day operations and the sales and marketing efforts of the company. Warden has a BA in political science from the University of Arizona and an MBA from Oklahoma City University.

“This is an exciting new chapter for our company,” says LaCroix. “After 57 years with the company, it was time that I put in place the planned succession strategy for the company. I know Kirk will do a great job, and we are confident about the future of LaCroix Precision Optics under his leadership.” Raymond LaCroix, Jr., has served as president since the death of his father, Raymond LaCroix, Sr., in 1985.

LaCroix Precision Optics manufacturers custom precision optics. Capabilities include spherical, aspherical, plano, and custom-coated optics. The company is certified to ISO 9001:2015, and is ITAR certified and compliant.

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