Dennis Vohs
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3 Rue Grande Mer
Palm Coast, FL - 32137
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Dennis V Vohs Bio

Dennis has a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from Georgia Tech.  In 2016 he was inducted into Georgia Tech’s Engineering Hall of Fame. He is the retired chairman and chief executive officer of Ross Systems an application software companyEarly in his career, he held a variety of technical positions at IBM.  In 1969 he joined Atlanta headquartered Management Science America (MSA) where he held various management positions including Executive Vice President and President of MSA Advanced Manufacturing.  In 1988 he led a group of investors in a leveraged buyout of Silicon Valley based Ross Systems.  He served as its Chairman and CEO until he retired in 2000.  He has held positions on the boards of Corporate Software, Frame Technology, Coin Financial Systems and Stamford Systems.  In non profit organizations he served as president of CURE - Childhood Cancer Research & Support Board, served on the industry association’s ITAA micro software board, served on the Advisory Board to the School of Industrial Engineering at Georgia Tech, served on the Board of Visitors at Emory University and on the Foundation Board of the Daytona State College.  Within the community he served on the initial Board of Directors of the Hammock Dunes Club later he served a 2nd tem on the board and served as its president. He also served nine years on the Hammock Dunes Home Owners Association, where he headed the community planning committee.  Currently he is a member of the Board of Supervisors for the Dunes Community Development District, where he serves as treasurer.

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