Donahoe to retire from Leathercraft Oct. 31
Thomas Russell -- Furniture Today, October 9, 2013
CONOVER, N.C. — Jack Donahoe, president of high-end upholstery producer Leathercraft, announced he will retire from the company effective Oct. 31.
The company said Staley Keener, whose father, Hurshell, co-founded Leathercraft in 1967, will replace Donahoe as president.
Donahoe has been with the company since 1983, when he was hired as sales manager. He was later promoted to vice president of sales and marketing, and was named president in 1997.
Keener has been with Leathercraft since 1980.
At this month's High Point Market, the company will be exhibiting its product line in a new showroom in space 205 of the 200 North Hamilton building.
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