Prime jewelry manufacturer taps electronics industry veteran for key role
(LAFAYETTE, La.) – Stuller, Inc. announces the addition of George (Danny) Clark, Jr. to its senior executive team as executive vice president of the prime manufacturer’s supply chain division. He officially reports to COO Jay Jackson beginning Monday, August 3rd.
“Clark joins our team with 25 years of management experience, where he was at the vice president level for 15 years, with electronics giant Circuit City,” says Matthew Stuller, CEO, founder and president. “The effective management of our supply pipeline for raw materials, components and all we need to remain the industry’s most innovative manufacturer and supplier has always been a key part of the success of our just-in-time model.”
Stuller COO Jay Jackson says the addition of 50-year-old Clark solidifies the DTC Sightholder’s management succession plans.
“Clark directed operations for the 675-store chain, and his background includes financial management, process development, talent development and change management,” Jackson says.
“His addition to our senior executive team bolsters our continuing path of innovation and is also an investment in the future.”
“His demonstrated success in operations, merchandising, real estate, services, strategic planning and execution led to his role as executive vice president and president of multi-store sales at Circuit City,” says Jackson.
Clark and his wife Michelle, a Lafayette, LA native, have four children. While at Circuit City, he actively participated in the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
Stuller, Inc. is headquartered in Lafayette, LA and was founded by Matthew Stuller in 1970. The DTC Sightholder has 10 operations located on three continents around the world, and provides a wide range of goods and services for jewelry professionals. Stuller’s core product categories include: diamonds, gemstones, finished jewelry, mountings, findings, bridal jewelry, tools and supplies. For more information visit Stuller at www.Stuller.com.