Milliken & Company names J. Harold Chandler chairman, president and CEO

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Spartanburg, S.C.—Milliken named J. Harold Chandler as chairman, president and CEO, effective immediately following the resignation of Joseph M. Salley as president, CEO and a member of the board of directors. Chandler has served as a member of the Milliken’s board of directors for 14 years and as its chairman for the past five years.

“We sincerely thank Joe Salley for his service to Milliken which covers a span of 20 years, the past eight as its president and CEO,” Chandler said. “I am honored to take on the additional roles of president and CEO. I look forward to working with a uniquely qualified group of executives, associates and board members.”

Chandler is a South Carolina native and a veteran of the diversified financial services industry where he has served as chairman, president and CEO while also contributing to the boards of directors of eight public and family-owned companies over the past 30 years.

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