Date: January 4, 2022

News - Chaney Enterprises Names Daniel Kurek Chief Financial Officer

Chaney Enterprises Names Daniel Kurek Chief Financial Officer

Chaney Enterprises, a ready-mix concrete and aggregates supplier, today announces the promotion of Daniel Kurek to chief financial officer (CFO).

In his new role, Kurek will assume all duties of the CFO and will be responsible for managing the financial actions and success of the company. He will oversee accounting, information technology, and human resources for Chaney Enterprises’ entire Mid-Atlantic region. Kurek has been a member of the Chaney team since 2010, working in different roles throughout the company to include management trainee, customer service, controller, and director of finance. He succeeds former CFO, Tom Flynn, who retired in December 2021.

Kurek holds an MBA in Finance from Johns Hopkins University and is a 2020 graduate of the Harvard Business Analytics Program. He is a Certified Construction Industry Financial Professional (CCIFP).  Additionally, Kurek is a member of the Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA), the Institute of Management Accountants and the Associated Builders and Contractors Chesapeake Shores Chapter. In 2021, Daniel was named one of CFMA’s National Top ’40 under 40’ honorees.

Kurek is currently the Treasurer on the Board of Directors for the Chaney Foundation, Treasurer on the Board of Trustees of the Chesapeake Construction Education Apprenticeship Trust (CCEAT, a 501c3) and on the Board of Directors of The Construction Financial Management Association Maryland Chapter.

“Daniel is passionate about Chaney Enterprises, our culture, and the future of our business. His intellect, and dedication to improvement is phenomenal,” said Francis Hall Chaney, III, chief executive officer of Chaney Enterprises. “We are excited to see how Daniel’s innovative skillset can help move Chaney Enterprises into new advanced areas around reporting, analytics, and decision making. We are looking forward to seeing his positive impact on our business.”

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