David G Bohn | About

David G. Bohn serves as the president of Danbury, Connecticut’s Preferred Utilities Manufacturing Corporation. An engineering-based manufacturer of power plant equipment, Preferred Utilities Manufacturing Corporation provides oil and gas burners, boilers, controllers and leak detection devices, outage support systems for nuclear plants, and other machinery and equipment. The company also maintains a service division that provides expert field support, maintenance, and assistance with commissioning new systems.

Mr. Bohn manages all sales and service personnel, directs new product development, cultivates new markets for products, and pushes the company toward greater manufacturing and operational efficiency. Since becoming president of Preferred Utilities Manufacturing Corporation, Mr. Bohn has increased annual corporate revenue by 124 percent. Prior to assuming his current role, he served in a number of positions with the company, including vice president in charge of sales, New England district sales manager, marketing coordinator, and inside sales representative.

An alumnus of Hamilton College, where he was a four-year member of the varsity golf team, David G. Bohn received his B.A. in English and classics. He supports a number of local nonprofits, including the Connecticut Yankee Council of the Boy Scouts of America, the Danbury Hospital Development Association, and the Children’s Educational Opportunity Foundation of Connecticut. Mr. Bohn also donates to national organizations such as the American Cancer Association, American Heart Association, the ALS Association, and several others.


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