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E.J. Ward Names Girard Director of Operations

September 27, 2010- Press Release

SAN ANTONIO - E.J. Ward, Inc. (Ward), a leading fleet asset management company, announced the appointment of Mr. David Girard as Ward's Director of Operations. Mr. Girard replaces Dan Ogle who has pursued other career opportunities outside the company.  As Director of Operation, Mr. Girard will manage Ward's operations and project implementation programs.

Mr. Girard brings almost 30 years of operations management experience to Ward. Prior to joining Ward, Mr. Girard served as Project Manager for DCI Automation where he managed and coordinated multiple new product designs and assisted clients in bringing products to market in a timely and cost effective manner. Preceding his assignment with DCI Automation, Mr. Girard held director of operations positions with Zeo, Inc. and SensAble Technologies. Mr. Girard holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Northeastern University.

"With his background in operations and strong focus on customer support, the addition of David to our management team will significantly benefit our customers," said Troy Goldhammer, Ward Chief Operating Officer. "He brings important senior-level operations experience to Ward and we are extremely pleased to have him as part of our management team." 

Founded in 1974, Ward is a premier fleet asset management company.  Headquartered in San Antonio, TX, Ward is a leader in developing advanced technologies for fleet asset and fuel management systems and solutions including fuel management, AVL fleet tracking and tire pressure management systems.  Ward is recognized throughout the United States for industry leading technology and services that ensures fleet assets are accounted for and fleet usage is optimized.  For more information, visit Ward's virtual pressroom at


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