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Brad Patrick joins Tempur-Pedic
03
Sep '10
Tempur-Pedic International Inc., the leading manufacturer, marketer and distributor of premium mattresses and pillows worldwide, announced Brad Patrick has joined Tempur-Pedic as Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer.

In this newly created position, Patrick will report directly to Chief Executive Officer Mark Sarvary and be responsible for Tempur-Pedic's worldwide human resources function.

"As Tempur-Pedic's business becomes larger and more global, two areas become increasingly important; that we continue to attract world class talent and that we continue to make Tempur-Pedic one of the best places to work. Brad's significant experience as a top flight human resources leader with extensive experience from Fortune 500 companies make him a perfect fit to lead the organization's focus in these areas as our new EVP of HR," said Mark Sarvary, Chief Executive Officer.

Patrick brings to Tempur-Pedic more than 20 years of business experience. Most recently, he was Senior Vice President for Sara Lee Corporation, a NYSE listed company. Earlier in his career, he held senior human resources positions with The Gillette Company, which became part of Procter & Gamble, Delta Air Lines, Inc. and Frito Lay, Inc.

Patrick earned a B.A. degree from the University of Kentucky with an emphasis in Personnel and Industrial Relations.

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