Sealy Tabs Calderwood to Oversee Stearns & Foster Brand

Daniel CalderwoodDaniel Calderwood

TRINITY, N.C.-Daniel Calderwood has joined Sealy as brand director of Stearns & Foster.

In his new role, Calderwood is responsible for managing the Stearns & Foster brand with a focus on continuing its growth. He reports to Jody Allen, chief marketing officer, and has succeeded Brent Pfister, who has become brand director for Sealy's Posturepedic brand. Before taking his new post at Sealy, Calderwood was product manager of commercial fixtures and water conservation with Kohler.

Sealy has also appointed Mike Wojtaszek vice president of financial planning and analysis, responsible for the company's financial analysis teams for business planning and operations, and sales and marketing. Wojtaszek reports to Jeff Ackerman, executive vice president and chief financial officer, and has joined Sealy after serving as director of finance for North American manufacturing at Whirlpool.

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