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About Me - Landmark Realty Group - Joe Deckman :Landmark Realty Group â€“ Joe Deckman
Joe graduated from Lehigh Univ. with a BSCE and BSBA, and was named president of a building supply and concrete block business.
later obtained his
Maryland RE license and completed AI appraisal courses.
started a home building business and developed several subdivisions.
He then became a turnaround executive for several publicly traded companies.
moved to Apogee
as president of the building products division.
is a designer, manufacturer, and installer of complex curtain wall and window systems.
One of their show piece projects was the curtain walls for the Pedronas twin towers in Malaysia.
The Deckmans are members of Highlands Falls CC.
Joe was treasurer of the HFCA, and VP of the PAC.
He is now treasurer of the HCBOR.
Joseph T. ...
Joseph T. Deckman
Represents the following amounts paid under (a) our 401(k) retirement plan and (b) our employee stock purchase plan, both of which are applicable to executive officers on the same basis as all eligible employees, and (c) interest related to the Executive Supplemental Plan (also called the "Restoration Plan"), which is designed to allocate to executive officers amounts not eligible for contributions under the qualified plans because of limitations imposed by the Internal Revenue Code: for Mr. Huffer, (a) $11,600, (b) $2,820 and (c) $9,173; for Mr. Clauer, (a) $8,400, (b) $780 and (c) $632; for Ms. Beithon, (a) $9,600, (b) $1,560 and (c) $957; for Mr. Porter, (a) $8,321, (b) $1,560 and (c) $0; for Mr. Johnson, (a) $7,871, (b) $1,560 and (c) $0; for Mr. Deckman
, (a) $3,600, (b) $675 and (c) $4,340; and for Mr. Stordahl, (a) $9,600, (b) $1,560 and (c) $1,858.
Pursuant to Mr. Deckman
's employment and resignation agreements described on page 24 under "Resignation Agreements and Change-in-Control Arrangements," the fiscal 2004 amount for Mr. Deckman includes (a) a lump sum severance payment in the amount of $313,300 equal to 12 months base salary, (b) base salary from December 5, 2003 through July 17, 2004 in the amount of $192,800, (c) a lump sum payment of $141,334 for the net value of non-vested stock options for 69,750 shares, (d) a lump sum payment of $561,928 for the net present value of 52,197 non-vested "Pool B" shares under the Partnership Plan, (e) medical benefits in the amount of $14,256, (f) outplacement assistance payments in the amount of $10,000, and (g) a monthly car allowance from December 5, 2003 through July 17, 2004 in the amount of $5,684.
...Mr. Deckman's employment with Apogee terminated on December 5, 2003, approximately one month prior to the closing of the divestiture of Harmon Glass Company, our former wholly-owned subsidiary, of which Mr. Deckman was the President.
(6) Bonus paid in lieu of any transaction bonus payable to Mr. Deckman
for completion of the sale of Harmon Glass Company
, our former wholly-owned subsidiary, to which he
may have been entitled under his
executive incentive plan.
...Joseph T. Deckman
and Stordahl expired on their last day of employment with Apogee
...Joseph T. Deckman
Huffer, Clauer, Deckman
and Stordahl and Ms. Beithon participate.
Apogee Enterprises, Inc. Investor Relations
Apogee Names Deckman President of Harmon AutoGlass MINNEAPOLIS, Jul 15, 2002 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Apogee Enterprises, Inc. (Nasdaq:APOG) announced that Joseph T. Deckman, Apogee executive vice president, has been named president of its Harmon AutoGlass business, effective today, July 15.He
replaces Robert E. Munzenrider who has resigned to pursue other interests. Deckman joined Apogee in 1995 as president of the Apogee Wausau group, which included Wausau Window and Wall Systems and Linetec.In 1997, he was named head of the building products and services segment, and in 1999 he became executive vice president, a title he will continue to hold.He has had responsibility for Harmon AutoGlass since becoming executive vice president and temporarily served as its president in 1999 and 2000.Prior to joining Apogee, Deckman was vice president and general manager of several business units of Master Builders, Inc.
Apogee Enterprises - Press Release Detail
Effective June 22, Larry D. Stordahl will become Executive Vice President of Glass Technologies, and Joseph T. Deckman will become Executive Vice President of Glass Services.
Stordahl will lead Glass Technologies, partnering with Brad Austin, Viracon's President, and Deckman
will head up Glass Services, joining Bob Baumgartner, President of Auto Glass.
Larry Stordahl and Joe Deckman
are uniquely suited to lead Apogee's two business segments, said Russell Huffer, Apogee's President and Chief Executive Officer.
The Glass Services segment will be headed by Joe
, who led the successful exit of Apogee from the large-scale curtainwall business and turned Wausau into one of Apogee's most consistent and profitable performers..
Larry will build on the segment's outstanding record of operating excellence and customer solutions, while Joe
will evaluate the opportunities for increased asset utilization at Glass Services to make a significant leap in profitability.
, 55, joined Apogee in May 1995, as President of the Wausau Architectural Products Group.In January 1997, he
became President of Building Products & Services (BPS), which was Apogee's largest business segment at that time.Under Deckman
, Wausau significantly upgraded its operations and became one of the company's strongest performers.Sales increased considerably and profitability rose several-fold.He
performed an even bigger turnaround at BPS, reversing four previous years of red ink to produce a profit in his
first year at the helm in fiscal 1997.In fiscal 1998, he
led the exit of the international curtainwall unit and in fiscal 1999, he
brought the segment to its highest level of profitability in several years before the sale of Harmon, Ltd.With the sale of Harmon, Ltd., which was announced soon after the close of fiscal 1999, Apogee realigned its three-segment structure into the two business segments that operate today.The Glass Services segment now includes Apogee's auto glass businesses and Harmon, Inc., a leader in building glass services.
In fiscal 1999, Apogee Enterprises had net sales of $ 792.6 million and operating income of $ 42.1 million.Glass Services generated 59 % of fiscal 1999 sales, with the remaining 41 % produced by Glass Technologies.Operating income was approximately equally split between the two segments.
Deckman Resigns from Apogee Enterprises
Deckman Resigns from Apogee EnterprisesMinneapolis-based Apogee Enterprises Inc. has announced today that Joseph T. Deckman, Apogee executive vice president and Harmon AutoGlass president, has resigned, with the impending sale of Harmon AutoGlass.
On November 4, Apogee
announced it had entered into a definitive agreement to sell the stock of Harmon AutoGlass
, its retail auto replacement glass business to the Dwyer Group
, which owns Glass Doctor."I would like to thank Joe for his contributions to Apogee and its businesses, and to our Six Sigma/Lean initiative," said Russell Huffer, Apogee chairman, president and chief executive officer.
...Deckman joined Apogee in 1995 as president of the Apogee Wausau group, which included Wausau Window and Wall Systems and Linetec, and in 1999 became executive vice president.He was also named president of Harmon AutoGlass in July 2002.