January 31, 2005
Enodis Names CTO, Interim Lincoln President
Enodis appointed Richard Caron to the post of chief technology officer, effective Feb. 7.
In his new role, Caron will oversee the Enodis Technology Center in New Port Richey, Fla., as well as global new product development. He will report to Enodis CEO Dave McCulloch.
Caron most recently served as CEO of The Moseley Corp., a food and beverage consulting company. Prior to that, he served three years as CEO of TurboChef.
According to McCulloch, Caron “brings a unique set of research and development, commercial and executive skills ideally matched to our commitment to increase investment in new product solutions, particularly Accelerated Cooking Technology systems.”
Jerry Sank, founder of the Enodis Technology Center and the company’s vice president of technology, continues in his current role, and will report to Caron.
In other Enodis personnel news, the firm named Mike Hicks interim president of Lincoln Foodservice Group. Previously chief financial officer of Lincoln, Hicks has served as CFO of Enodis North America since 2002.
Hicks replaces Stephen Whiteley, who passed away last month. He will fill the position of president of Lincoln until a permanent successor is named.
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