Calhoun, Ga. -- Mohawk Industries announced that Frank H. Boykin, CFO, is planning to retire in 2019. Boykin joined Mohawk in 1993, moving up through various finance roles prior to his appointment as CFO in January 2005.
"I am grateful for the contributions Frank has made to Mohawk during his 25 years with the business," said Jeffrey S. Lorberbaum, chairman and CEO. "During that time, his leadership enabled Mohawk to expand from a niche carpet provider into the world's largest flooring company with manufacturing operations in 19 countries. Frank has positioned Mohawk with a robust balance sheet that will support our growth and acquisitions in the future. I am confident in the strong financial team Frank has developed and appreciate his continued support through the transition."
Boykin added, "I am proud of Mohawk's remarkable growth and expansion during my time here. Mohawk is a great company with a bright future, and I look forward to working with our finance team to deliver a smooth transition."
Mohawk has launched a comprehensive search for Boykin's successor. After his successor is selected, Boykin will facilitate the transition in a senior consultant role.
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