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FFF Enterprises Inc
41093 County Center Drive
FFF is one of only six wholesale distributors in the nation that have earned NABP accreditation.
"We are very pleased to have received accreditation by the NABP," said Patrick M. Schmidt, FFF Enterprises president and CEO. "This program is fully support...
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FFF Enterprises Welcomes ...
FFF Enterprises Welcomes Jon Hahn as
Vice President, Information Systems
Press Release for April 2, 2014 - Download
FFF Enterprises, Inc., the nation's largest and most trusted distributor of plasma products, vaccines and critical-care biopharmaceuticals, announced the appointment of Jon Hahn to the position of Vice President, Information Systems.
With more than 30 years of experience in varied information systems and strategic technology, Hahn
has a distinguished career track record building high performance IS platforms on a global scale.
"FFF is expanding its presence nationally and we are confident that Jon will play an influential role in our future success," said Patrick M. Schmidt, president and chief executive officer, FFF Enterprises, Inc.
Prior to joining FFF, Hahn served as the Vice President and CIO for Semtech Corporation, a publicly traded fabless semiconductor business with global operations.
successfully executed the technology roadmap that transformed the company to scale and double its revenue in four years.
Prior to Semtech, Hahn served as the Vice President and CIO for Telmar Network Technology, Inc., a privately held global telecommunications repair and spare parts management service provider to many of the world's largest carriers, including AT&T, Verizon and Telefonica in Europe.
Hahn holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of California, Irvine, and a Master of Science degree from University of California, Los Angeles.
Semtech Corp. - Management
Chief Information Officer and Vice President of Information Technology
Jonathan Hahn joined the company in May 2010.
Mr. Hahn joins Semtech from Telmar Network Technology where he served as CIO since 2001.
Prior to his time at Telmar Network Technology, Mr. Hahn worked with such companies as Nexgenix, Inc., EDS, E. Solutions Consulting, Cerplex Inc. and TRW Inc.
He holds a BS degree in Information and Computer Science from the University of California, Irvine and an MS in Computer Science from the University of California, Los Angeles.
John Hahn, a spokesman for Ilitch Holdings, said the family would not answer questions from the media about the matter.
"It's our policy not to talk about departures," he
said Thursday afternoon.
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John HahnSenior Communications Director
"[John] Hahn was a vindictive ...
"[John] Hahn was a vindictive man who enforced codes of conduct through threats,intimidation, revoking of credentials, and out-and-out bullying.
was -- for sixteen years -- the senior director of communications for the Red Wings
More evidence from our unnamed friend, and some more regarding Hahn
established the protocol by which the diggers operate during his
nearly 20 years with the team, and the concept of a hierarchy of access is always in evidence.
Whether it's seating assignments, who can speak to whom, whether people have to "check" certain stories or subjects with the team before publishing them, which topics are off-limits, and which diggers get more access based upon their preferred status thanks to "playing well with others," it feels like you're dealing with high school cliques, and their strata are all but set in stone.
When I dealt with the team, John Hahn
had a league-wide reputation as a dictatorial jerk, and according to people I spoke with who were intimate with the team's situation, they insisted that the Red Wings
' status as an incredible pain in the rear to deal with was one of the reasons we kept reading the outside media so gleefully wish to see the Big Red Machine fail (when it was the Big Red Machine).
Personally, I only encountered Mr. Hahn one time -- when I was credentialed by the League to cover the 2010 Draft in Los Angeles.
I didn't have to interact with him, since I wasn't representing the team, nor did I need anything from the Red Wings
to do what I was there to do, but he
absolutely was an intimidating man that everyone -- and I mean everyone -- steered well clear of.
And while Mr. MacLeod tells me that John Hahn
isn't as intimidating as we all may have felt, the team obviously wants to put the best foot forward and try to maintain that face.