Michael Murry, electronics, color glass, VP, Ferro, leave

Michael Murry, electronics, color and glass, VP, Ferro, to leave

6:51 AM, 17th October 2012
Michael Murry, electronics, color and glass, VP, Ferro, to leave
Michael J Murry, VP, Electronic, Color and Glass Materials business group, Ferro to leave the company.

CLEVELAND, US: Michael J Murry will be leaving the employment of Ferro Corporation effective October 19, 2012. Murry has most recently served as Vice President of the Electronic, Color and Glass Materials business group of Ferro.

The business group, during an interim period will report to James F Kirsch, Chairman, President and CEO of Ferro. His departure reflects the company’s continuing efforts to streamline the organization and reduce corporate costs.

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