Granger Takes Helm at Croscill/Excell/Glenoit

NEW YORK-Patriarch Partners, parent of Croscill, Excell and Glenoit, has named Joe Granger president and CEO of all three companies.

Granger is in charge of the operations of all three companies, with a particular emphasis on building and enhancing their brand values. He reports to Lynn Tilton, founder and CEO of Patriarch Partners, and has succeeded Marc Navarre, who has left the company.

Before taking on his new role, Granger was president of Springs Global U.S.' Branded Business Unit. In this post, Granger oversaw the management of Springs' Wamsutta, Pantone, Springmaid and Diane von Furstenberg's home brands. Most recently, he structured the launch of the Nate Berkus collection of home furnishings, which will debut in October.

Prior to joining Springs, Granger served as senior vice president of sales, licensing and product/retail development for Ralph Lauren Home.

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