Mohawk CFO Frank Boykin Plans Retirement After 25 Years
"I am grateful for the contributions Frank has made to Mohawk during his 25 years with the business," said
"I am proud of Mohawk's remarkable growth and expansion during my time here," said Boykin. "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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