IHFC president Lindh resigns
Home & Textiles Today Staff -- Home Textiles Today, May 7, 2008
High Point, N.C. – Tom Lindh has resigned as president and ceo of the International Home Furnishings Center, effective immediately, the showroom building complex announced today.
The IHFC said Lindh, who has been with the building since 1999, is being replaced on an interim basis by Bruce Miller, who was ceo for 20 years until his retirement in 2006.
The IHFC didn’t give a reason for Lindh’s sudden departure, but said a search is underway for his permanent successor.
Rob Spilman, chairman of the IHFC board, thanked Lindh for his service and said, “We have a remarkable staff remaining at the IHFC and, with Bruce’s leadership, will continue to keep our operations running smoothly as we search for a successor.”
Lindh joined the IHFC as evp and was named president and coo in 2003. He assumed the ceo’s duties after Miller’s retirement.
Miller has remained on the IHFC board since retiring.
(Reported by HTT sister publication Furniture Today.)
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