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NSM replaces new CEO with CFO 

NSM replaces new CEO with CFO 

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - National Seating & Mobility has announced that its CFO, Chuck Bodner, has been appointed interim CEO effective immediately. 

The announcement comes just months after NSM announced on April 10 that Tony Ueber, who most recently served as CEO of 24 Hour Fitness, was CEO effective immediately, replacing Bill Mixon. 

“NSM is well positioned as a leader in the CRT industry, and I look forward to working alongside the rest of our deeply talented and seasoned leadership team to build on our positive momentum,” said Bodner. “We will continue to focus on ensuring the best experience for our clients.”   

Mixon, who served as CEO for nine years, has transitioned to a position on NSM’s board of directors.   

NSM has made a number of other leadership changes this year, including Gregg Meheriuk, also previously of 24 Hour Fitness, as senior vice president of new business and strategy, and Matt Nelis to division vice president for the West region, replacing John Bertone. 


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