Funiture In The News: Coleman, CEO of Hickory Springs, to Retire
October 11, 2011,
Don Coleman, Hickory Springs
Don Coleman, president and CEO of Hickory Springs Manufacturing Company, announced his plans to retire this December after 39 years with the company. He has been president and CEO of the company since 1996.
"Hickory Springs has been my 'life away from home' for almost 40 years--and what a great life it has been," Coleman said.
"Hickory Springs is grateful to Don for his years of outstanding leadership, loyalty and vision," said Tom Pierce, chairman of the board of directors of Hickory Springs. "His commitment to developing innovative products, sound fiscal policy, creative partnerships and understanding the needs of our customers has had an immeasurable impact upon the ongoing excellence, growth and diversification of Hickory Springs over the years."
Hickory Springs is working with a professional placement service to search for Coleman's successor.
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