John Stauch, President & Chief Executive Officer
of Pentair Water Quality Systems
Stauch was appointed president and CEO of Pentair in May 2018, following his tenure as its chief financial officer.
He boasts an impressive resume, including positions as executive vice president and CFO for Honeywell International Inc’s automation and control systems unit and Allied Signal Inc.
He spearheaded the company’s $10 billion merger with Tyco International’s Flow Control in 2018, and has seen tremendous success in terms of growing revenue and improving employee morale. Furthermore, he helps shape Pentair’s portfolio strategy with a clear vision for where the business should go.
Early Life and Education
Early childhood years are essential for the development of a child’s social skills, self-esteem, world view and moral outlook. These foundations are laid at home as well as through early childhood education programs where teachers play an integral role in aiding learning.
Research suggests that poor-quality early care and education can have serious negative consequences on a child’s development and future health. That is why it is so essential to assess and promote high-quality programs for infants as young as six months old.
John Stauch is a leader at Pentair, setting the company’s strategic direction and working closely with the growth team to guarantee profitability and efficiency. Additionally, he encourages innovation and expansion into new markets. With an impressive financial background, John understands how to forecast trends so the business is prepared for both challenging times and prosperous periods.
John Stauch has held various executive and investor relations roles at Honeywell International Inc., including Chief Financial Officer of the automation and control systems unit. Additionally, he served as both chief financial officer and IT director for PerkinElmer Optoelectronics.
Stauch, currently serving as CEO of Pentair, is responsible for leading the company’s growth strategy and setting ambitious yet achievable objectives across various divisions. Furthermore, he has been instrumental in the success of Pentair’s largest acquisition to date: Flow Control.
He is an experienced business expert and makes effective use of his knowledge of the industry, ability to read financial reports, and analytical mind. He has an eagle eye for trends, an appetite for learning new things, and a knack for building solid foundations for long-term success.
Achievements and Honors
John Stauch has been in the business for over 10 years and is an experienced leader with expertise across multiple functions such as finance, investor relations, legal, operations and strategic planning. Prior to his tenure at Pentair, he held several highly sought-after CFO positions at Honeywell International and PerkinElmer Optoelectronics–two companies known for their outstanding reputations in their fields. Stauch is a proud graduate of Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Arts in finance. To top it off, he was promoted to President and Chief Executive Officer at Pentair Water Quality Systems in May 2018 – testament to his strategic thinking and tireless advocacy for employees. With an eye towards Pentair’s future, Stauch recently hired an impressive new team and remains dedicated to improving processes and procedures.
John Stauch is the President & Chief Executive Officer of Pentair Water Quality Systems, having joined them in May 2018. His salary is $6,413,860 annually – making him one of the highest paid executives at Pentair plc.
Albert Stauch, the father of Gannon Stauch, posted a message on Facebook Sunday thanking family and friends for all the support he’s received since his son went missing. However, he asked for privacy as he dealt with grieving over Gannon’s passing. Gannon’s body was discovered under a bridge in Florida – 1,400 miles from his Colorado Springs home – leading to the arrest of Letecia Stauch; charged with two counts of first-degree murder and being held without bond.
Stauch is President and Chief Executive Officer of Pentair Plc, earning a total annual compensation of $6,413,860. This includes salary, stock awards, option awards, change in pension value as well as other earnings. Furthermore, he owns 3,391 shares of the company’s stock worth $1,831,450 as of 27 April 2022.
John Stauch has made 13 trades in Pentair Plc stock since 2012, including the largest purchase of 144,546 shares worth $4,790,254 on May 10, 2021. During these 16 years he has sold PNR stock at a net profit of $168,158.