Mary Reardon and Will Cromer are joining the MMI team as Vice President of Textile Innovation and National Account Manager respectively. They are both excited to get started and help MMI continue to grow and innovate!
A little bit about Mary:
Mary Reardon is a senior-level professional with extensive knowledge and experience in the textile industry. She has been an employee of Gehring Tricot Corp/Tweave for the last 22 years as General Manager Dying & Finishing and more recently, Vice President of Sales roles. Before Tweave, she worked at Duro Industries as a Dyehouse Manager. Her skills and certifications include fabric development, sales (including commercial and government contract work), manufacturing management, quality control, and color matching.
Reardon’s involvement in the industry includes being a USIFI board member and regional AATCC committee member.
Mary is a graduate of Southeastern MA University where she earned her bachelor’s in Textile Chemistry.
Outside of work, Mary was married in May of 1990 to Dan Reardon. She is a proud mother of her son Logan and pup Nestle. She is a die-hard New England sports fan. For fun, Mary enjoys Broadway shows and music. Also, a good competitive game night with family and friends.
A little bit about Will:
Will Cromer has been an employee of Highland Industries for the last 10 years in purchasing, manufacturing, and product manager roles. His skills and certifications include global procurement, international sales, sales/development management, manufacturing management, and more.
Cromer is a graduate of Western Carolina University where he earned his bachelor’s in Management.
Outside of work, Will is a proud father of two little girls – Brynn and Everly. He is also a dog dad to Mocha. Will is a die-hard UGA football fan. For fun, he enjoys exercising and cooking projects on his Traeger grill. He is also known to kick back with a good cigar and scotch.
Our team is thrilled to have Mary & Will onboard – their experience and knowledge of the industry will be an amazing addition.