History of Exodyne, Inc.
Founder Ralph Rockow formed Exodyne—a debt-free, privately-owned corporation dedicated to prioritizing the needs of its customers—according to three simple yet powerful principles:
- Operate ethically
- Meet all deadlines
- Exceed customer expectations
It started in 1942 when Hugh DeHaven was appointed as a Cornell University Medical College research associate, which led to the formation of the Aviation Crash Injury Research group (AvCIR). Since then, a small pioneering research group has grown into a diversified and dynamic technical services company devoted to the same principles of science and safety that Hugh DeHaven embraced nearly a century ago.
Today, more than 37 years strong, Exodyne has an affiliate Exodyne Properties, Inc. (EPI).
Doug Rockow, President of Exodyne, manages the company on the same principles as Ralph.