Jeld-Wen gets new CFO

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Tuesday, October 02, 2012

Klamath Falls-based Jeld-Wen appointed a new chief financial officer, working out of the Charlotte, N.C., area.

Scott Cottrill, a former Goodrich Corp. executive, will replace CFO Neil Stuart, who resigned Friday for reasons Jeld-Wen did not disclose. Cottrill will serve as executive vice president, reporting to President Philip Orsino, according to a company news release.

Cottrill, who was vice president, controller and chief accounting officer at Goodrich, joins a growing number of Jeld-Wen managers based in the Charlotte area. Last month, company officials denied speculation that the window-and-door manufacturing giant would move its headquarters from Klamath Falls to Charlotte.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

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