Crossville has announced forthcoming changes to three executive personnel positions for the company. These changes will take place at the end of 2021. Dewayne Galey, chief financial officer, will retire. Mark Shannon, executive vice president of distribution sales, will retire from full-time work, and transition to a part-time role. Larry Browder, Crossville Studios vice president of sales, will be promoted to executive vice president of sales for Crossville.
“These executives each embody the core values of Crossville. We congratulate Dewayne and Mark on their outstanding careers and look forward to the very important six months ahead as they help us prepare for our next chapter. Likewise, we look forward to the innovative solutions that Larry will lead for our customers in the days ahead,” states Crossville president Greg Mather.
CFO Dewayne Galey started his career with the company in 1994 as director of finance and was promoted to CFO five years later. In addition to leading Crossville’s finance and IT teams, Galey set a solid foundation for Crossville Studios, the business entity he led until late in his career.
Following his 35-year career with Crossville, Mark Shannon, Crossville’s executive vice president of distribution sales, will retire from full-time work at the end of this year. Shannon led Crossville in achieving the CTDA supplier of the year honour three times (2019, 2018, 2014).
Larry Browder, currently Crossville Studios vice president of sales, will be promoted to executive Vice President of Sales. He will oversee Crossville’s independent distribution and Crossville Studios sales teams. Since joining Crossville in 2019, Browder has transitioned Crossville Studios from locally run sales groups into one sales team with unified strategies, objectives, and goals.
From left: Dewayne Galey, Mark Shannon, Larry Browder
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