Jeff Frost ’95 was recently named president of Yorktown-based Mursix Corp., which specializes in custom-engineered products and precision machining.
Frost formerly served as the company’s director of operations.
Mursix officials said Frost will focus on improving processes and expertise to help Mursix customers remain competitive in their markets, according to an Inside Indiana Business report. He will lead the Delaware County company’s business in new markets, including the electric vehicle and medical device industries.
“His skillset will ultimately benefit Mursix customers in the form of better quality and cost reduction,” said Mursix Chief Executive Officer Todd Murray. “Fresh leadership will allow Mursix to maintain competitiveness and secure the future of its workforce in times of adversity.”
Frost holds a bachelor’s degree from Wabash College and an MBA from Indiana Wesleyan University. While at Wabash, he majored in psychology and minored in philosophy, and was a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity, Glee Club and the soccer and baseball teams.