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July 2004

Mohawk Industries Inc., Calhoun, Ga., has promoted President and CEO Jeffrey S. Lorberbaum to chairman of the Board of Directors.



The Board of Directors of John Boyle & Co. Inc., Statesville, N.C., has named Michael B. Dorfman president and COO. The company also has named Thomas Koster marine products manager, and has promoted Richard E. Lippert to manufacturing director.

Cary, N.C.-based Cotton Incorporated has promoted Lou Protonentis to director, Southeast Asia, global product marketing.

The Ecological and Toxicological Association of Dyes and Organic Pigments Manufacturers (ETAD) North America, Washington, has elected Carole Dixon , Clariant Corp., chairperson; and Tom Dukes , Ciba Specialty Chemicals, treasurer.

The Chicopee branded wipes division of Polymer Group Inc., North Charleston, S.C., has appointed Scott Tracey vice president, sales and marketing, and Larry Archer group marketing director.

Gerber Technology, Tolland, Conn., has named Robert “Bob” Rivera executive director, global marketing and key account management.

Marcus Mayer has assumed responsibility for development, design and production at Germany-based Mayer & Cie. from his father Peter Mayer, who has retired from the Management Board.

Skulogix Ltd., Toronto, has named Nancy Olive CEO.



Wilmington, Del.-based DuPont has honored Edmund A. Flexman, Ph.D. ; Michael Fryd, Ph.D. ; and Thomas L. Nelson with the Lavoisier Medal for Technical Achievement.

July 2004