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Shiloh Industries Announces CFO Transition

Lillian Etzkorn succeeds W. Jay Potter, who will be leaving the company. Potter joined Shiloh in 2015 to help harmonize the company’s operations after multiple acquisitions.

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Shiloh Industries Inc., a global supplier of lightweighting, noise and vibration solutions, has announced Lillian Etzkorn will join the company’s executive leadership team as senior vice president and chief financial officer (CFO). Etzkorn succeeds W. Jay Potter, who will be leaving the company.

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Potter joined Shiloh in 2015 to help harmonize the company’s operations after multiple acquisitions. “Jay helped strengthen our corporate infrastructure, creating a solid foundation on which we can continue to build and refine,” said Ramzi Hermiz, president and CEO. “We appreciate everything he has accomplished for Shiloh and wish him well in his future endeavors.”

Etzkorn will join Shiloh from CPI Card Group in Denver, where she serves as CFO. She has extensive automotive experience, having held several senior financial positions with both Dana Inc. and Ford Motor Co.

“With nearly 30 years of financial experience, Lillian has a proven record implementing sound financial strategies and resolving complex business issues in the automotive industry,” said Hermiz. “As Shiloh continues to expand globally and our business increases in complexity, Lillian’s strong leadership skills and financial acumen will continue to move the company forward.

“We are excited to bring Lillian back to her automotive roots in Detroit,” Hermiz continued, “and for her to join us as we continue our mission of creating innovative solutions for sustainable mobility and a safer, healthier environment.”

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