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April 2003

Tom Smith has been appointed chairman of Amcot, Lubbock, Texas. Smith replaces C.L. Boggs, who is retiring.

Sandra G. Parrillo and Sheldon Whitehouse have been named to the Board of Directors of Cranston Print Works Co., Cranston, R.I.

Switzerland-based Rieter Holding Ltd.’s Board of Directors has elected Urs Leinhäuser a member of its Group Executive Committee, with responsibility within the Corporate Center for Group Controlling.


Outlast Technologies Inc., Boulder, Colo., has made the following appointments: Danielle Borden, marketing; Floyd FitzGerald, inside sales manager; Christopher Leyes, accountant; Heather Listoe, marketing and legal assistant; and Gordon Roe, marketing and business development director. Duncan Edwards, vice president, corporate counsel, now also serves as vice president, Asian operations. Tom Mandula, CFO, now also serves as vice president, European operations. In addition, Bernard Perry has been named head of Outlast Ventures. Reporting to Perry are Monte McGill, technical director; and Renee Boyda, marketing research assistant.

Eric Hequet, associate director at the International Textile Center at Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas, has been named chairman of the Cotton Quality Measurement Conference, part of the Beltwide Cotton Conference.


Jane Dombrosky has joined Waverly Lifestyle Group, New York City, as design director, home fashions.

Jason Premo has been named executive vice president of Cernotec LLC, Greenville.

BYK-Gardner USA, Columbia, Md., has appointed Mike Burns director of sales; and Elaine Becker product manager, color systems.

St. Louis-based Kellwood Co. has made the following appointments: Bea Myerson, president, Halmode; and John R. Henderson, president, Sag Harbor.

Magnum Systems Inc., Kansas City, Kan., has appointed Gary Saunders vice president, sales and marketing.


Robert Brooks has joined the sales force of Louis P. Batson Co., Greenville.

West Conshohocken, Pa.-based ASTM International’s Committee E02 on Terminology has awarded the 2002 Frank E. Reinhart Award to Vincent Diaz, president of the Atlantic Thread and Supply Co.

Larry R. Potvin has joined Poway, Calif.-based Trespa North America Ltd. as Western regional manager.

Memphis, Tenn.-based Cotton Council International (CCI) recently elected Robert A. Carson Jr. president for 2003. Carson succeeds William B. Dunavant III, who is now CCI board chairman. The following officers also were elected: David Stanford, first vice president; Gary W. Taylor, second vice president; David L. Burns, treasurer; and Mark D. Lange, secretary. New directors elected for 2003 are Owen J. “Trey” Hodges III, Gerald C. Marshall, Lawrence E. Starrh, James L. Webb and Lonnie D. Winters.

Dana Darley has been appointed president of Lawrenceville, Ga.-based Kreyenborg Industries, the North American subsidiary of Kreyenborg GmbH, Germany. Darley replaces Jan-Udo Kreyenborg, who will continue as chairman of Kreyenborg Industries, and managing director of the Kreyenborg Group.

Switzerland-based Sanitized AG has appointed Dominik Zimmermann product manager of its Textiles Division.


Switzerland-based Global Textile Partner (GTP) has made the following appointments: James C. Thomas, president, GTP Greenville; Thomas A. Korbutt, manager, research and development; Richard Button, manager, manufacturing, Heddle/ Frame Division; and Andrew Butenhoff, worldwide manager, business line training and consulting.

April 2003