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Nelson Appointed Chief Information Officer for Ferro (posted 10/4/07)

October 4, 2007
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Ferro Corp. recently announced that Todd Nelson has joined the company as chief information officer. He has more than 22 years of information technology and management experience, most recently as vice president of Information Systems for the Noveon business unit of Lubrizol Corp. and vice president of Corporate Infrastructure for Lubrizol.

In management roles at B.F. Goodrich Co., Nelson headed several significant projects, including management of the IT integration of several acquisitions that included multiple manufacturing locations around the world. His experience also includes five years at Price Waterhouse LLP, where he was a principle IT consultant serving major pharmaceutical and chemical company clients. Additionally, he was an MRP project manager with Sani Dairy, a division of Penn Traffic Co., and held IT roles with the Penn Traffic Co. for more than five years.

Nelson graduated from the Rochester Institute of Technology with a bachelor’s of science degree in accounting. He also holds a master’s of business administration degree in accounting from Saint Bonaventure University Graduate School.

Visit www.ferro.com for more information.

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