Former Spirit AeroSystems CEO Jeff Turner won’t run for re-election to Spirit’s board of directors when the board holds the company’s annual meeting in April, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
He will serve out the remainder of his current term, which ends during the annual meeting. Turner will continue to consult for the company under his consulting agreement, however.
Turner retired as CEO of Spirit a year ago but had stayed on as a member of the company’s board of directors.
In 2005, Turner led the sale of Boeing’s commercial aviation division to Onex Corp., which became Spirit AeroSystems.
“It was through Jeff Turner’s vision and leadership that Spirit was created,” Spirit said in an emailed statement. “The Company thanks him for his leadership and service to Spirit.”