Crossville names Mather president-elect

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Crossville, Tenn.—Greg Mather has been appointed as president-elect of Crossville. Mather will succeed John Smith in the presidency upon Smith’s retirement, slated for the end of 2015.

“Greg brings extensive organizational and operational management experience to Crossville, as well as a career history comprised of milestone after milestone of increased sales for large scale manufacturers,” said Tim Curran, co-president of Curran Group, the holding company of which Crossville is a subsidiary. “In his role with Foamular, he successfully improved manufacturing productivity and safety and reduced operating costs, all while launching new innovation that led to strong increases in net sales.”

Mather most recently served as vice president and general manager of Foamular Insulation, a business unit of the Fortune 500 company.

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