LCI’s John B. Lowe Jr. Retires from Board

LCI Industries has announced the retirement of John “Jack” B. Lowe Jr. from the company’s board of directors following the completion of his current term.

Lowe, 78, joined LCI’s board in 2005. In addition to his service with LCI, Lowe served as chairman and CEO of TDIndustries, and as director and chairman of the board of Zale Corp. Lowe also serves as a director of KDC Platform, 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, LCI stated.

“We are sincerely grateful to Jack for his 13 years of service to LCI Industries,” said Jim Gero, chairman of LCI’s board of birectors. “We will miss Jack on the board as he contributed greatly toward the company’s growth during his tenure. His guidance on human resources and leadership skills were invaluable to the company’s success.”

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