ALPHARETTA, Ga. — March 2, 2022 — Neenah Inc. announced today that Larry Brownlee, senior vice president, controller and chief accounting officer (CAO), has communicated his plans to retire in August. To ensure a smooth transition, Brownlee will remain with Neenah through the August 12 retirement date.
“Larry became Controller in 2004 when Neenah first became a public company and has been an integral part of the development and execution of our business strategies,” said Paul DeSantis, CFO. “During this time, he developed a talented global financial organization and ensured we maintained a strong financial position with disciplined decision-making. I want to thank Larry for being a trusted advisor and business partner and for his leadership, significant contributions, and personal dedication throughout his career.”
The company further announced that it had promoted Kim DeBrock to succeed Brownlee as vice president, controller, CAO, and a Section 16 Officer, effective immediately. DeBrock is being promoted from the assistant controller position, having served in positions of increasing responsibility since she joined Neenah in 2012. DeBrock’s previous experience includes serving as senior audit manager during her ten years with KPMG, Financial Reporting Controller with National Service Industries, and consulting engagements with GE Energy and Georgia Pacific. DeBrock is a graduate of Texas State University and is a Certified Public Accountant.
Posted: March 2, 2022
Source: Neenah, Inc.