ATLANTA (Feb. 12, 20-14) — Lamar Chambers, former senior vice president and chief financial officer of specialty chemical giant Ashland Inc., has been elected to the board of directors of Lehigh Technologies Inc., a manufacturer of sustainable, engineered powders from scrap rubber.
Mr. Chambers joined Ashland in 1976 and became CFO in 2006, Lehigh said. He also served on the company's executive committee.
"Lamar will play an important role in supporting Lehigh's growth across multiple market segments," said Lehigh CEO Alan Barton.
Other Lehigh board members include Jim McMaster, former executive vice president of Yokohama Tire Corp., and Steve Delaney, former CEO of electronics manufacturing services provider Celestics Inc.
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