Fisher Barton names new sales CFO, VP
Scott Coyne (left) and Paul Krejcarek.

Fisher Barton names new sales CFO, VP

Paul Krejcarek, Scott Coyne each bring more than 25 years of experience to the metallurgical science firm after 25 years.


Fisher Barton, a metallurgical science innovation company that specializes in high wear and cutting components, recently named Paul J. Krejcarek as its new chief financial officer and Scott Coyne as its new vice president of sales.

Krejcarek will have primary responsibility for the planning, implementation, managing and running of all finance activities for Fisher Barton, and will also lead the corporate IT team. Coyne will lead the Fisher Barton sales organization, cultivating an engaged, motivated, high-performing team in support of the company's strategy and vision.

Krejcarek has more than 25 years of strategic leadership in manufacturing, business, and finance functions. He comes to Fisher Barton after working as the CFO of Kapco Metal Stamping and, before that, the CFO of the Perlick Corporation, an OEM company that produces bar and beverage equipment for the bar and restaurant industry. He earned his MBA through the EMBA program at UW-Milwaukee and a bachelor’s in accounting from Marquette University. He is also a certified public accountant.

Coyne has more than 25 years of sales and operations leadership experience in a variety of industries. He was most recently a senior director of sales at Metalex, where he managed the sales, marketing and customer service organizations for the company’s OEM and industrial markets. He has also been North American sales director for the Velcro Companies, director of sales for the Americas region at Brady Corporation, and sales and marketing at American Standard Companies. He earned his bachelor’s in education from Northern Illinois University.