J. Ted Mihaila, senior vice president and corporate controller of The Timken Company will retire after more than 41 years of service with the company. In connection with Mihaila’s retirement, Shelly M. Chadwick has been appointed vice president ‒ finance and chief accounting officer.
Chadwick joined Timken in 2011 as assistant corporate controller and in 2013 became controller of the company’s process industries segment. In 2014, she was named vice president of treasury with her responsibilities expanded thereafter to include investor relations. Prior to joining Timken, Chadwick was vice president of finance and chief financial officer at Eckart America and previously held financial leadership roles at Noveon Inc. and BF Goodrich.
Chadwick is a member of Financial Executives International, serves on the board of directors of ArtsinStark, a non-profit organization that raises awareness of the value of arts in the community, and is a charter member for the local chapter of Zonta International, which focuses on advancing the status of women worldwide.
Mihaila joined Timken in 1975 and during his career held a number of different accounting and finance roles, including manager of accounting, general manager of business economics, director of internal audit and vice president and controller for the company’s former Industrial Bearings segment. Mihaila was named to his present position of senior vice president and corporate controller in 2006.
Published in the December 2016 Edition of American Recycler News