HIGH POINT — Roger Turnbow, who formerly was executive vice president at Caracole Home, has been named president at A.R.T. Furniture.
He replaces Doug Rozenboom, who has been named chief executive officer and an equity partner at custom iron and brass furniture manufacturer Worthen Furniture, the company that was formerly known as Brass Beds of Virginia since its inception in 1975.
Turnbow has been executive vice president of Caracole for the past 14 months and before that was vice president of merchandising and vice president of upholstery at Caracole for five years starting in December 2017.
Before joining Caracole, he was vice president of upholstery merchandising at Bernhardt for about seven years and before that was at Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams for about six and a half years as vice president of sales and merchandising and vice president of design and merchandising.
In his new position, he reports to Mark Feng, chairman of A.R.T. Furniture parent company Markor Furniture.
“I am so proud of my former team and associates at Caracole and now look forward to being a servant leader to the new team at A.R.T. Furniture,” Turnbow said. “Thank you Mark Feng and the whole Markor family for your support.”
Home News Now has also learned that Jason Foy, who most recently was senior vice president at A.R.T. Furniture & Jonathan Charles, has left the company.