HVAC manufacturer Lennox International announced the pending retirement of Dave Inman, vice president, controller, and chief accounting officer. Consequently, the company appointed Roy Rumbough, formerly vice president, corporate controller for Maytag Corporation, to assume Inman's responsibilities.
The transition will begin immediately with Inman serving in an advisory and support role through the end of this year, at which point he will retire from Lennox.
Rumbough was most recently vice president, corporate controller of Maytag Corporation, a position he held since June 2002. His 17-year career at Maytag included internal audit, financial planning and analysis, and business unit controller roles. Prior to his career at Maytag, Rumbough was a senior auditor with Deloitte and Touche.
Inman's career at Lennox spanned 28 years, during which he was appointed to financial leadership positions of increasing responsibility. He was appointed vice president, controller for Lennox International in 2001.
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