Richard S. Smith, Jr.

Vice President, Deputy General Counsel & Secretary at Kaman Corp.

Richard S. Smith, Jr.

Richard S. Smith, Jr.

Vice President, Deputy General Counsel & Secretary at Kaman Corp.

Biography

Richard S. Smith, Jr., an attorney with over three decades of corporate legal experience, has been Vice President, Deputy General Counsel and Secretary Since 2012. His areas of responsibility include corporate governance matters; securities law matters; capital market transactions; and mergers, acquisitions and divestitures.

Prior to joining Kaman, Mr. Smith had a 28-year career with Murtha Cullina LLP, where he was a partner and focused his practice on general corporate matters, securities law matters and mergers, acquisitions and divestitures.

Mr. Smith was listed in Best Lawyers in America® for Corporate Law, Mergers & Acquisitions, and Securities/Capital Markets Law from 1999-2012, he was also listed in both the Connecticut and New England Super Lawyers from 2008-2012. Best Lawyers® named him Hartford Lawyer of the Year in 2011 for Mergers & Acquisitions Law and in 2012 for Securities/Capital Markets Law.

He received his Juris Doctor degree in 1984 and his Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Policy Studies and Economics in 1981 from Duke University.

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President, Chairman of the Board & Chief Executive Officer at Kaman Corp.

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Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer at Kaman Corp.

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Vice President & Controller at Kaman Corp.

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President at Kaman Aerospace Group, Inc.

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Class 3 Director at Kaman Corp.

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Senior Vice President, Corporate Development at Kaman Corp.

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President at Kaman Distribution Group

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Senior Vice President & General Counsel at Kaman Corp.

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Former Vice President & Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer at Kaman Corp.

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Vice President, Tax at Kaman Corp.

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Richard S. Smith, Jr.
Vice President, Deputy General Counsel & Secretary at Kaman Corp.
Career History
Vice President, Deputy General Counsel & Secretary
2012 - Current

Kaman Corp. engages in the design, manufacture and distribution of aircrafts, aircraft parts and components. It operates through the following segments: Distribution, Aerospace, and Corporate. The Distribution segment offers power transmission, automation, assembly, fabrication, and repair services. The Aerospace segment produces and sells aircraft bearings, composite aero structures, and arming solutions for missile and bomb systems. The Corporate segment includes cash surrender value of life insurance policies, income tax assets, and fixed assets. The company was founded by Charles H. Kaman in 1945 and is headquartered in Bloomfield, CT.

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Political Donations
$250
2010

Representative from Connecticut's 1st Congressional District

$250
2002

Representative from Connecticut's 1st Congressional District

$250
2000

Representative from Connecticut's 1st Congressional District

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Connecticut Water Service, Inc. purchases The Maine Water Co. from Aqua America, Inc.

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Richard S. Smith, Jr. is affiliated with Kaman Corp., Murtha Cullina LLP

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