Lowe to Retire From LCI Industries BoardPosted: Updated:
Elkhart-based LCI Industries has announced John "Jack" B. Lowe Jr. plans to retire from the board at the end of his term. He served as chairman and CEO of TDIndustries Inc., a national mechanical/electrical/plumbing construction and facility service company and director and chairman of the board of Zale Corp., a publicly-owned specialty retailer of fine jewelry.
He also serves as a director of KDC Platform LLC, a real estate development company. He brought extensive experience with respect to corporate management and leadership, management development, strategic planning, compensation and governance matters, social responsibility organizations, as well as significant experience from serving on the boards of directors for both public and private companies.
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