Jones Family of Companies Names 5 to New Posts

Andrew Dailey

Andrew Dailey

Industry supplier the Jones Family of Companies, based in Humboldt, Tennessee, has made a number of organizational changes.

Monica Cadaret has been promoted to vice president of operations, a new position for the company that encompasses both the yarn and nonwoven divisions. She joined the company in 2016 as assistant plant manager and most recently was senior director of nonwovens. In her new role, Cadaret is responsible for all manufacturing operations at Jones and reports to C.P. Davis, chief executive officer.

Andrew Dailey has been promoted to senior vice president of sales development and strategic accounts. A 28-year employee of the company, Dailey previously was vice president of sales development and strategic accounts. He also reports to Davis. 

James Lawson, who has been with Jones for 17 years, has been promoted to plant manager for the Morristown nonwovens facility. He previously was assistant plant manager. He reports to Cadaret.

Lisa Linkous has joined the company in the new position of operational controller. Previously, she was vice president of finance and chief financial officer for Cha Technologies Group USA. In her new position, Linkous is responsible for financial controls and reporting, including continuous improvement, demand forecasting and determining strategic returns on assets. She reports to Steve Tonkel, CFO.

Jeremy Raines, who has been with the company for 29 years, has moved to the new position of director of sales operations. He previously was general manager for the yarn division. In his new post, he works closely with all business units and functions, and is the direct contact for sales support needs and resource requirements. He continues to report to Davis.

Commenting on the changes, Davis said: “We made these organizational changes to further strengthen the team alignment across all of our business units and drive improved performance, and support our ever-changing customers’ needs. We will continue to listen to the innovative ideas arising from the front-line business and will now be better equipped to fold them into our business initiatives and growth strategies.”

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