Industry News | June 10, 2015

Cooper-Atkins Names New Executive VP

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The Cooper-Atkins Corporation announced today that Robert A. Nerbonne has been named executive vice president. In this role, he will report directly to Carol P. Wallace, president and CEO of the company. Nerbonne has also been elected to serve on the Board of Directors and has been named an officer of the company, serving as treasurer.

Nerbonne has been in the food service industry for 30 years. He served as CEO of Ali Group North America for three years, where he was responsible for Ali’s fifteen North American companies. Prior to that, Nerbonne was with Enodis Corporation for eight years, including serving as president of the Americas, with responsibility for the thirteen Enodis companies located in North America. Bob began his career in the industry with Pitco Frialator in, Concord, New Hampshire, where he worked for 14 years culminating his tenure as its president, while also serving as an officer and executive vice president of the GS Blodgett Corporation in Burlington, Vermont.

“We at Cooper-Atkins are thrilled to have Bob on our team,” says Cooper-Atkins CEO, Carol P. Wallace. “Bob brings a renewed focus on our new product development efforts as well as providing exceptional financial and operational support to our entire team.”

Cooper-Atkins Corporation, headquartered in Middlefield, Connecticut since 1885, is a technology leader in temperature monitoring solutions for the global foodservice, healthcare and industrial markets. Led by Carol P. Wallace, president and CEO, Cooper-Atkins is a Certified Women-Owned Business and proud member of the WBENC.

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