May 9, 2016 — Norristown, PA — It is with deep sadness that LCR Embedded Systems must announce the unexpected death of John Long, Vice President of Integrated Systems.Mr. Long was a talented and highly valued member of the company’s leadership team since 2013, and was responsible for a significant amount of strategic planning as well as engineering and sales team coordination.
“John’s insight, intelligence, and experience were among our most valuable resources in service of our customers’ missions,” stated LCR Embedded Systems President Nissen Isakov. “We’d all like to express our deepest sympathies to John’s family, and take the opportunity to add our sense of loss to theirs. He will be greatly missed by us as well.” Isakov added, “LCR Embedded Systems has successfully navigated a variety of changes during John’s time with us, and he deserves a large amount of credit for that achievement.”
After obtaining his Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from Iowa State University and MBA from Carnegie Mellon University, Mr. Long entered the workforce with Dialogic and Intel before becoming a Product Line Manager with Radisys Corporation in 2008. In 2013, he came on board at LCR Embedded Systems as Vice President of Integrated Systems.
About LCR Embedded Systems
LCR Embedded Systems designs, develops, and manufactures enclosures, backplanes, and fully integrated systems for the aerospace and defense, commercial, rail, and industrial markets. Whether you have a rough back-of-the-envelope design idea and seek collaborative development with our engineering team, or a complete, formalized set of build specifications, LCR Embedded Systems will turn your product into reality.
In addition, we offer a portfolio of fielded and proven standard products (VITA and PICMG Standards; VME, VPX, ATCA, CPCI) that can be modified to meet your unique requirements from rugged enclosures and high-speed backplanes to legacy architectures.
LCR Embedded Systems is an AS 9100 C and ISO 9001 certified company, with approved J-STD-001 Class 3, FOD and ESD programs in place.