Recreational-vehicle manufacturer Winnebago Industries has chosen Bryan Hughes to fill the top finance spot, effective May 15. Hughes, who replaces Sarah Nielsen, previously was corporate controller at Ecolab.
Patrick Linehan has been named to head finance at Compass Minerals. He most recently was senior vice president of finance for the consumer-brands business at ConAgra Foods.
Kyle Wailes has been promoted to finance chief at Intermedix. He joined the firm as vice president of strategy, business development, and analytics in 2012 and most recently served as executive vice president.
Casual-dining restaurant firm Brinker International announced that CFO Tom Edwards has resigned. A search for his successor is under way. In the meantime, treasurer and vice president of investor relations Joe Taylor will be interim CFO.
U.S. Concrete said that Joseph Tusa, Jr., who heads finance, has resigned, effective July 1. The firm has begun a search for his replacement.
Rigging and lifting equipment manufacturer The Crosby Group has named Laura Murphy-Wolf to lead the finance function. She formerly was finance chief at Faro Technologies.
Michael Bogansky has been promoted to the top finance spot at mortgage company PHH Corp. He takes over for Robert Crowl, who will become chief operating officer, and then president and CEO at the company’s annual meeting in June. Bogansky has been controller since 2012 and principal accounting officer since 2014.
World Finer Foods, which distributes food and personal‑care items, has named William Flynn to lead the finance function. Most recently, he headed finance at Sharp Americas.
Commerce platform Etsy has selected Rachel Glaser as its next CFO, effective on or about June 1. She replaces Kristina Salen, who left the company on March 31. Corporate controller Karen Mullane will take over as interim CFO until Glaser joins the firm from Leaf Group, where she currently holds the top finance spot.
Will Monteleone has been promoted to finance chief at Par Pacific Holdings, taking over for the departing Chris Micklas. Monteleone had been senior vice president of mergers and acquisitions and business development.