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									                                                  VICTORIA M. HYCZKO



Results-oriented Financial Executive with accomplished track record in directing all corporate and divisional financial
functions within service and manufacturing environments. Possess strong understanding of all functional disciplines.
Over thirty years of progressive experience includes:
                         Treasury
                         Investment Banking Solutions for Middle Market Businesses
                         Strategy Formulation and Implementation
                         Corporate Development and Acquisitions
                       Business Planning; Organizational Restructuring; Business Process Re-engineering

                                              PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

STRATEGIC DISTRIBUTION, INC. (SDI), Bristol, PA                                                       2005-July 2012
Privately-held (since March 2007), leading North American provider of outsourced MRO supply chain management
solutions with $300 million revenue.

Vice President, Finance                                                                                      2007-July 2012
Responsible for the integrity of financial reporting and internal controls; oversight of Finance & Accounting and Human
Resource Departments. Involved in the sales transaction of the company, from development of Corporate Information
Memorandum, to management presentations and due diligence.

Corporate Controller                                                                                         2005-2007
Prior to March 2007, SDI was publicly traded on the NASDAQ.
Responsible for financial reporting, monthly consolidations and closing requirements, accounting operations, treasury
reporting and SEC filings on quarterly and annual basis.

INNOVATIVE CAPITAL PARTNERS, Blue Bell, PA                                                                       2000-2004
Full-service investment banking firm which specialized in providing capital and financial advisory services to closely held
middle-market companies and their owners.

Structured and sourced financing for companies wishing to restructure debt, obtain expansion capital or transition their
business. Developed client prospectuses and presented their firms to financial institutions. Negotiated all terms and
conditions on behalf of the clients to maximize availability, ease overbearing covenants, and enhance cash flow. Also
developed corporate website, marketing brochures and all news releases.

FOUNDERS SERVICE CORPORATION, Ft. Washington, PA                                                                1998-2000
Privately held company, with annual revenues of $30MM. Leading consolidator in the funeral industry.

Finance Director, Corporate Development
Responsibilities included targeting potential acquisitions; negotiating purchase price and key purchase terms; performing
due diligence; liaison with attorneys on both sides; and, bringing the acquisition candidates to settlement.
Responsibilities also included securing financing and facilitating the details of the transaction closure. Reported to Sr.
Vice President, Corporate Development & Strategic Planning.

    Created template for acquisition modeling. Authored procedure manual for acquisitions.
    Instrumental in acquisitions of 17 funeral firms, with annual revenues of $13MM.
    Instrumental in successful refinancing of core business and securing funding for new acquisitions.
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PETRO, INC., Exton, PA                                                                                        1997-1998
Largest retail distributor of home heating oil in US with annual sales of $600MM. Principal consolidator in highly
fragmented heating oil industry.

Key Business Partner on Mid-Atlantic Regional Team. Financially responsible for region, representing $170MM in sales,
comprising 10 branches, each serving as unique business units. Dual reporting responsibilities to General Manager, Mid-
Atlantic Region and Corporate CFO. Managed financial staff of 22.
         Performed and presented financial analyses of consolidating and restructuring alternatives to Executive
          Committee. Designed operational and financial analyses models for the newly formed region.
         Instituted consistency in Common Operating Business Practices for all branches.

INTERNATIONAL ENVELOPE COMPANY, Exton, PA                                                                1990-1997
Division of American Business Products (ABP). $700MM international manufacturer and distributor of office products
for business and healthcare industries.

Chief Financial Officer (1995-1997); Controller (1992-1995); Accounting Manager (1990-1992)
Financially responsible for $85MM multi-location national manufacturer and distributor of specialty envelopes, office
and records management products. Reported to President & CEO; served on Executive Management Committee; and,
managed $3MM operating budget. Managed staff of 14. Performed financial justification for consolidation of two
manufacturing facilities. Recommendation resulted in $1.4MM annual savings in duplicate facility and resource costs.
Dramatically improved cash flow through inventory reduction, acceleration of collections efforts, and overhauling of
insurance programs. Key member of Acquisition Team. Provided financial information for due diligence. Coordinated
integration and assimilation of corporate policies and procedures upon acquisition by ABP.

GENERAL REFRACTORIES COMPANY, Valley Forge, PA                                                               1988-1990
$100MM national manufacturer of refractories used in the steel and glass industries.

Manager of Accounting
Managed operational accounting, financial reporting, financial services and consolidation of 10 operating divisions.
Directed audits and tax compilation for all divisions. Managed 6 staff members.

JOHNSON & JOHNSON CARDIOVASCULAR, King of Prussia, PA                                                  1981-1988
$50MM wholly-owned subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson, specializing in development of heart valves and oxygenation
equipment used in open-heart surgery.

Financial Accounting Manager (1986-1988); Accounting Supervisor (1984-1986); Marketing Accountant
(1983-1984); Financial Accountant (1981-1983)
Responsible for financial services, forecasting and formalizing accounting procedures to strengthen internal controls.
Managed 5 staff members. Created simulation models for financial and acquisition analyses. Initiated procedures to
expedite closings from 25% on time to 100%.

PEAT MARWICK                                                                                   1976-1981
Senior Auditor (1980-1981); Staff Auditor, Co-op while attending Drexel University (1976-1979)
Performed audits and prepared annual reports. Evaluated clients’ internal controls. Assessed areas of risk exposure and
potential accounting issues warranting disclosure.

MBA, Finance                 PHILADELPHIA UNIVERSITY (Summa Cum Laude)                                       1986
BS, Accounting               DREXEL UNIVERSITY (Cum Laude)                                                   1980

   Treasurer for St. Peter’s Lutheran Church and member of Finance Committee; two-term Church Council member
   Former Treasurer for Girl Scouts Service Unit
   Actively participated in PTO for classroom activities, fundraisers and special projects
erm Church Council member
    Former Treasurer for Girl Scouts Service Unit
    Actively participated in PTO for classroom activities, fundraisers and special projects

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