Crossville taps Bolby, ex. director, Chitty, dir. of tech services

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Crossville, Tenn.—Officials with Crossville have announced the promotion of Tim Bolby to executive director of technical services. Bolby joined Crossville in 2002 as director of technical services and, since that time, has served as the technical and quality management leader for the manufacturer.

Tim Bolby

With his promotion, he will continue at the helm of the company’s growing technical services division, overseeing a range of new and ongoing initiatives and representing Crossville as an active member of trade organizations. Bolby has more than 25 years experience in the tile industry and is a graduate of the University of Missouri.

Noah Chitty

Noah Chitty has joined Crossville, Inc. as director of technical services. Chitty has over 15 years industry experience, including four years as Director of Product Standards and Laboratory Services for the Tile Council of North America (TCNA) and, most recently, a seven year tenure as director of technical services and quality assurance for StonePeak Ceramics, Inc. Chitty currently serves in several committee leadership roles with key trade organizations, including TCNA, ASTM, NTCA and CTDA. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Ceramic Engineering from Clemson University.

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