Tervis Appoints New Board Members

Michelle StaceyMichelle Stacey

NORTH VENICE, Fla.-Tervis has added two new members to its board: Michelle Stacy, former president of housewares company Keurig, and Kevin Haley, an Under Armour vice president.

"The members of our board are some of the most talented individuals with whom I've had the pleasure of working alongside," said President and CEO Patrick Redmond. "Michelle and Kevin add a valuable breadth of knowledge to our team. Their experiences perfectly round out our board."

In Stacy's most recent position, she was president of Keurig, Inc. where she had full profit and loss leadership with direct reports in all functional areas, and directed marketing and operations of all products across all sales channels, including management of the of business partnership network, Tervis said. Haley has been with Under Armour, the sports apparel and accessories company, since 2007 and is currently senior vice president of innovation. "To innovate, you need to be able to take some risk," Haley said. "We all know innovation is in the roots of a company and is a critical strand in its DNA." Haley served in various capacities in the Securities and Exchange Commission from 2000 to 2005, including a branch chief in the Financial Fraud Task Force.

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They join current board members James Gregory, Tim Clarke and Al Carlson, as well as shareholders Norbert Donelly (chairman), Ann Donelly, Rogan Donelly, and Amory McAndrew.

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