RTI Surgical's EVP of Administration Thomas Rose to retire: 3 quick facts

Written by Anuja Vaidya | December 16, 2014 | Print  |

RTI Surgical announced that Thomas F. Rose, executive vice president of administration, is retiring, effective Dec. 31. 

Here are three things to know about Mr. Rose and the announcement:


1. Mr. Rose has held numerous leadership roles with the company over the last decade. He joined RTI in May 2002 as vice president and CFO and was named executive vice president and COO in June 2010. In July 2013, Mr. Rose was named executive vice president of administration.


"Tom has been an integral part of our senior management team for more than 12 years," said Brian K. Hutchison, RTI's president and CEO. "He has made a significant impact on our company's growth and success through his leadership in many different areas of the business. We very much appreciate the experience and dedication Tom has brought to RTI."


2. During his tenure with the company, RTI has grown from a small tissue processor with one facility in Florida to a multi-location global surgical implant company. RTI's implants are used in sports medicine, general surgery, spine, orthopedic, trauma and cardiothoracic procedures and distributed in nearly 50 countries.


3. Mr. Rose will continue to serve as corporate secretary for RTI's board of directors.

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