The founder and principal of AMC Intl., LLC is Gary F. Alexander. Mr. Alexander possesses over 40 plus years of managerial experience in the aircraft, food, construction, renewable energy and semiconductor/electronics manufacturing industries. He also has over 20 years of experience in the leadership of nonprofit / 501(c)(3) charities.
In 1998, Mr. Alexander took early retirement from Motorola where his responsibilities included management positions in international manufacturing and asset recovery. During that time, he also represented Motorola’s Semiconductor Products Sector on the SEMATECH Surplus Equipment Council (SSEC).
Prior to his 24 years of employment with Motorola, Gary held positions in production management with Frito-Lay and Redman Industries.
He was the founder, past president, and then executive director of SEC/N, the international used equipment trade association for the semiconductor and electronics manufacturing industry. In 2008, SEC/N was acquired by SEMI. Mr. Alexander continues to do consulting services as part of the services provided by AMC Intl. LLC.
In early 2009, Mr. Alexander (AMC Intl. LLC) became the Business Development Manager for Deluge, Inc., an emerging natural engine company in the renewable energy industry. In June of 2010, Mr. Alexander dissolved his relationship with Deluge in order to commit more time to America Remembers and Wish for Our Heroes.
Gary served as the Southwest Coordinator for Wish for Our Heroes for six (6) years, stepping down in January of 2017 to pursue other interests. Mr. Alexander is currently producing, co-directing and participating as a cast member of “America Remembers” shows; musical tributes to America and the members of the US Armed Forces, both past and present. (See News & Events)
Mr. Alexander graduated from Miami University of Ohio and subsequently served as an Officer in the U.S. Air Force. He is currently affiliated with the Delta Chi Fraternity, Motorola Retirees’ Club, Sun Lakes Senior Softball, and the Gilbert America Legion Post #39.
Gary and his wife Trudy make their home in Sun Lakes, Arizona where Gary plays senior softball, is trying to get back to playing golf, and is the HOA Safety, Security and Access Committee Chairperson. He is an original (1998) Arizona Diamondbacks’ season ticket holder and continues to be a committed D-backs’ fan. Gary and Trudy’s extended family includes five children and seven grandchildren.