Van Horn will continue to be responsible for overseeing USNR’s capital machinery projects, but now as a Vice President. This promotion recognizes the critical role he plays within USNR’s management organization.
After studying forestry at Ohio State University and spending four years in the United States Air Force, in 1990 he joined the Hemco business, which was later acquired by USNR.
Starting as a service technician based in Hot Springs, Van Horn has progressed through jobs in electrical design and PLC programming, then later held several management roles in which he was responsible for overseeing service, electrical engineering, and controls engineering departments. Since 2015, he has served as USNR’s Director of Capital Projects.