Ingram Taps Taylor as Controller and SVP

press release
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Crystal Taylor, Senior Vice President and Controller.

Ingram promotes Crystal Taylor to Senior Vice President and Controller.

 

Ingram Barge Company today announced the promotion of Crystal Taylor to Senior Vice President and Controller effective June 1. Ms. Taylor joined Ingram in 1993 as a staff accountant at Ingram Book Company. She transferred to Ingram’s marine group in 2003 as Director of Financial Projects and was named Vice President for Finance and Accounting in 2011. She will succeed Al Oldham who is retiring. Mr. Oldham joined Ingram Barge Company in December 1989 and was promoted to Senior Vice President and Controller in 2002.

 

She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Tennessee Tech University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Belmont University. She is a Certified Public Accountant and has completed the Scarlett Institute leadership program for executives. Ms. Taylor and her husband, Jason, have two daughters and reside in Murfreesboro.

 

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