Theodore Alexander Hires Bob Harold

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HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam-Furniture manufacturer Theodore Alexander has appointed Bob Harold as senior vice president of manufacturing.

Harold's responsibilities will encompass all aspects of Theodore Alexander's manufacturing processes in Vietnam, including the main factory in Ho Chi Minh City and the foundry, upholstery, procurement, sourcing, costing, process engineering and quality control functions. He will report to Harvey Dondero, president and CEO of Theodore Alexander.

Harold has more than 35 years of manufacturing experience in the furniture industry. Most recently, he was vice president of operations at Stanley Furniture. He takes over for Edward Carey, who is leaving the company.

"We are delighted to welcome Bob Harold to the Theodore Alexander family," Dondero said. "His skills in process evaluation and wood manufacturing make him uniquely suited to this complex role."

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