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Beck Promoted to Vice President and General Counsel for CTB, Inc.

Elizabeth Beck

MILFORD, Indiana, U.S.A. — Elizabeth Beck has been promoted to Vice President and General Counsel for CTB, Inc., according to Michael J. Kissane, Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer for the company. In her new role, Beck will be responsible for overseeing all domestic and international legal matters for the company, managing external legal services provided to the company and advising CTB’s management team on legal topics.

Beck served as judicial clerk to the Honorable James Brady in Michigan.  She began her career as a practicing attorney in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Beck joined CTB in 2010 as Staff Attorney and was promoted to Associate General Counsel in 2013. She is licensed to practice law in both Indiana and Michigan. 

Beck holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Northern Michigan University, in Marquette, Michigan, and she received her Juris Doctor degree from Michigan State University College of Law in East Lansing, Michigan. A native of Marquette, Michigan, Beck resides in Columbia City, Indiana.

CTB, Inc. (, a Berkshire Hathaway subsidiary, is a leading global designer, manufacturer and marketer of solutions developed with the primary goal of equipping its valued customers to join it in Helping to Feed a Hungry World®. CTB’s customers use its products for preserving grain; for raising pigs and poultry to harvest meat and eggs; and for processing poultry, fish and other foods. CTB deploys its financial strength to grow via a product-driven focus, strategic acquisitions, an expanded global physical presence and best-cost manufacturing. The company is headquartered in Milford, Indiana, U.S.A., and employs 3,000 people worldwide.

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