Royalty’s Paul Engle retires

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Irvine, Calif. — After 38 years of dedication and commitment to Royalty Carpet Mills, Paul Engle has elected to retire and begin a new chapter in his life.

Engle combined his expertise and knowledge of the carpet industry, especially of the Royalty brand, with distinctive loyalty and congeniality. This unique blend made Engle a one-of-a-kind person in the flooring industry as well as a valued member of the Royalty family.

“We are all extremely grateful to Paul for his allegiance to my father and Royalty, and for all his hard work over the years,” said Andrea Greenleaf, president/CEO of Royalty Carpet Mills. “We wish him the very best with his future plans. If those happen to include a consultant opportunity at Royalty, the door is always open.”

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