Eric Moen to retire as president, ceo of Pacific Coast Feather Company
April 10, 2012-- Home Textiles Today,
Seattle - Pacific Coast Feather Company's president and ceo Eric Moen will retire at the end of the month after a decade at the helm. He will be succeeded by Joe Crawford, currently senior vp of finance and procurement.
Crawford, a 20-year veteran of PCFC, also serves as the marketing chair of the American Down and Feather Council, the industry association.
Moen joined the company 23 years ago after holding financial management positions in the apparel industry and as an auditor in public accounting.
"I am very proud of the work that we have collectively done and our market position" said Moen. "We have created an incredible platform and a very solid business with nothing but potential for the future. The management team is strong, focused and very committed to the ongoing development of the business."
Co-chairman Nicolas Hanauer noted Moen "has guided the company through some of the most difficult times for both the industry and the U.S. economy, while advancing PCFC's status as the global leader in utility bedding." He added that Crawford "is as prepared to lead this company as any chief executive in our history. His decisive leadership, his personal style, and his deep experiences across the entire value chain of our business uniquely qualify him to quickly step in to this role."
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