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Stuller Names Chief Systems and Technology Officer

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He’ll oversee IT infrastructure and Gemvision operations.

(Press Release) LAFAYETTE, LA – Bryan Morgan has joined Stuller as chief systems and technology officer. He will oversee the global manufacturer and supplier’s IT infrastructure and Gemvision operations.Bryan Morgan

“We are thrilled to add Bryan to our team,” said President and COO Danny Clark. “His industry knowledge combined with outstanding leadership and management skills will enable us to continue to strive for the best products and solutions for our customers.”

Immediately prior to joining Stuller, Morgan held a variety of executive positions at Signet Jewelers and management roles with The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company and General Mills. He holds a bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

“I’m looking forward to having the opportunity to learn and grow with a top global manufacturer like Stuller,” said Morgan. “And I hope to add to and continue the tradition of excellence that’s very prevalent within this company.”

Stuller’s core product categories include bridal jewelry, wedding bands, fine jewelry, mountings, diamonds, gemstones, findings, metals, tools, packaging and digital solutions.

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