The Vistawall Group names Tom Harris President

Tom Harris has been named President of The Vistawall Group, replacing Ron Rutledge, who is currently Executive Vice President of parent company, Butler Manufacturing.

Mr. Rutledge was recently named President of Butler, effective January 2002.

Mr. Harris has been with Vistawall for 25 years and has most recently served as Vice President of the Central Region and Vice President of Sales and Marketing. During his tenure, he has managed various aspects of Vistawall standard and engineered products, Naturalite standard and custom skylights and numerous Skywall products. He has been involved in the assimilation and distribution pro-grams of all the Vistawall Group’s acquisitions, as well as their internal expansions.

Mr. Harris is a 1975 graduate of Southern
Arkansas University with a bachelor degree in business administration, majoring in industrial management.

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