Rudy De Leon Net Worth

The estimated Net Worth of Leon Rudy F De is at least $12.5 Million dollars as of 10 May 2006. Mr. De owns over 7,186 units of General Dynamics stock worth over $8,588,900 and over the last 18 years he sold GD stock worth over $3,590,600. In addition, he makes $327,862 as Independent Director at General Dynamics.

Mr. Leon GD stock SEC Form 4 insider trading

Rudy has made over 26 trades of the General Dynamics stock since 2002, according to the Form 4 filled with the SEC. Most recently he exercised 7,186 units of GD stock worth $1,282,917 on 10 May 2006.

The largest trade he’s ever made was selling 20,000 units of General Dynamics stock on 2 May 2006 worth over $1,710,200. On average, Rudy trades about 3,354 units every 25 days since 2002. As of 10 May 2006 he still owns at least 48,109 units of General Dynamics stock.

You can see the complete history of Mr. De stock trades at the bottom of the page.

Rudy De Leon biography

Rudy F. De Leon is Independent Director of General Dynamics Corporation. He is a Senior Fellow with the Center for American Progress since 2007. Senior Vice President of The Boeing Company, 2001 to 2006. Deputy Secretary of Defense, 2000 to 2001; Undersecretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, 1997 to 2000. Undersecretary of the U.S. Air Force, 1994 to 1997. Senior Fellow with the Center for American Progress since 2007. Senior Vice President of The Boeing Company, 2001 to 2006. Deputy Secretary of Defense, 2000 to 2001; Undersecretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, 1997 to 2000. Undersecretary of the U.S. Air Force, 1994 to 1997. Key Attributes/Skills/Expertise: Mr. deLeon’s experience as the second-highest ranking civilian official in the U.S. Department of Defense and as a foreign policy and military advisor give him a keen understanding of the complexities of the U.S. military and the defense industry. His experience in government, combined with his leadership at The Boeing Company as a senior vice president leading all U.S. federal, state and local government liaison operations, provide him with a deep understanding of the aerospace and defense industry, enabling him to serve General Dynamics with valuable perspectives on the business.

What is the salary of Rudy Leon?

As the Independent Director of General Dynamics, the total compensation of Rudy Leon at General Dynamics is $327,862. There are 6 executives at General Dynamics getting paid more, with Phebe Novakovic having the highest compensation of $20,720,300.

How old is Rudy Leon?

Rudy Leon is 66, he’s been the Independent Director of General Dynamics since 2014. There are 3 older and 19 younger executives at General Dynamics. The oldest executive at General Dynamics Corp. is Lester Lyles, 72, who is the Independent Director.

What’s Rudy Leon’s mailing address?

Leon’s mailing address filed with the SEC is C/O GENERAL DYNAMICS CORPORATION, 11011 SUNSET HILLS ROAD, RESTON, VA, 20190.

Insider trading at General Dynamics

Over the last 16 years, insiders at General Dynamics have traded over $141,801,906 worth of General Dynamics stock and bought 33,327 units worth $2,370,623 . The most active insider traders include Nicholas D Chabraja, Phebe N Novakovic, and Laura J Schumacher. On average, General Dynamics executives and independent directors trade stock every 14 days with the average trade being worth of $6,188,002. The most recent stock trade was executed by Christopher Marzilli on 23 September 2019, trading 32,930 units of GD stock currently worth $3,701,332.

What does General Dynamics do?

General Dynamics Corp. is an aerospace and defense company, which engages in the provision of tanks, rockets, missiles, submarines, warships, fighters and electronics to all of the military services. It is organized into four business segments: Aerospace, Combat Systems, Information Technology, Mission Systems and Marine Systems. The Aerospace segment delivers a family of Gulfstream aircraft and provides a range of services for Gulfstream aircraft and aircraft produced by other original equipment manufacturers. The Combat Systems segment offers combat vehicles, weapons systems and munitions for the U.S. government and its allies around the world. The Information Technology segment provides technologies, products and services in support of thousands of programs for a wide range of military, federal civilian, state and local customers. The Mission Systems segment provides mission-critical C4ISR products and systems. The Marine Systems segment designs, builds and supports submarines and surface ships. The company was founded on February 21, 1952 and is headquartered in Falls Church, VA.

What does General Dynamics’s logo look like?

Complete history of Mr. De stock trades at The Boeing Co and General Dynamics

General Dynamics executives and stock owners

General Dynamics executives and other stock owners filed with the SEC include:

  • Phebe Novakovic, Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer
  • Jason Aiken, Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer
  • Mark Roualet, Executive Vice President – Combat Systems
  • Robert Helm, Senior Vice President – Planning and Development
  • James Crown, Lead Independent Director
  • Peter Wall, Independent Director
  • Rudy De Leon, Independent Director
  • William Osborn, Independent Director
  • Mark Malcolm, Independent Director
  • Lester Lyles, Independent Director
  • Catherine Reynolds, Director
  • Laura Schumacher, Independent Director
  • C. Howard Nye, Independent Director
  • Cecil Haney, Independent Director
  • Gary Whited, Vice President; President of General Dynamics Land Systems
  • Jeffrey Geiger, Vice President, President of Electric Boat
  • Mark Burns, Vice President, President of Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
  • Christopher Brady, Vice President, President of General Dynamics Mission Systems
  • William Moss, Vice President, Controller
  • M. Amy Gilliland, Senior Vice President ; President of General Dynamics Information Technology
  • Kimberly Kuryea, Senior Vice President – Human Resources and Administration
  • Gregory Gallopoulos, Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary
  • Robert Smith, Executive Vice President – Marine Systems
  • Christopher Marzilli, Executive Vice President – Information Systems and Technology
  • S. Daniel Johnson, Vice President
  • John Patrick Casey, Vice President
  • Nicholas D Chabraja, Chairman and CEO
  • Mary T Barra, Director
  • John M Keane, Director
  • William P Fricks, Director
  • Joseph T Lombardo, Vice President
  • Paul G Kaminski, Director
  • David K Heebner, Senior Vice President
  • Larry R Flynn, Vice President
  • James N Mattis, Director
  • Walter M Oliver, Senior Vice President
  • Robert Walmsley, Director
  • Redd Hugh, Sr. V. P. & CFO
  • Kevin J Poitras, Vice President
  • Thaer Lewis Von, Vice president
  • Gerard J Demuro, Vice President
  • Kenneth A Hill, Vice President
  • Lester Crown, Director
  • John W Schwartz, Vice President – Controller
  • Deborah J Lucas, Director
  • Lawrence E Johnson, Vice President
  • Michael S Wilson, Vice President
  • James L Jones, Director
  • Kendell Pease, Vice President
  • George A Joulwan, Director
  • David A Savner, Sr. V.P., Gen Counsel, Secreta
  • Michael J Mancusco, Sr. V.P. and CFO
  • Linda P Hudson, Vice President
  • Richard H Vortmann, Vice President
  • John F Shipway, Vice President
  • Mark L Haley, Vice President
  • Jay L Johnson, Director
  • William O Schmieder, Vice President
  • Michael W Toner, Executive Vice President
  • Bryan T Moss, Vice President
  • Cordis B Colburn, Vice President
  • Carl E Jr Mundy, Director
  • John F Stewart, Vice President
  • Charles H Goodman, Director
  • Kenneth C Dahlberg, Executive Vice President
  • J Christopher Reyes, Director
  • Charles M Hall, Vice President
  • Mark A Fried, Vice President
  • Preston A Henne, Vice President
  • Arthur J Veitch, Executive Vice President
  • David D Baier, Vice President
  • David H Fogg, Vice President
  • Michael E Chandler, Vice President