|San Diego State University, Bachelor of Science||1969|
Preston is responsible for all aspects of business strategy and management of BioSurplus’ lab equipment service and repair division.
He began his career at accountancy firm Arthur Young & Co.; his next position was as Vice President of Finance at medical device company Ivac Corporation, which was sold to Eli Lilly during his tenure.
Preston later founded and served as CEO of medical device company Timron Instruments, eventually merging the company with VitalMetrics Inc.
He rose to the level of Chairman and CEO of the combined companies, whose assets were acquired in a multi-million dollar deal by CR Bard and American Cyanamid.