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Window and door manufacturer Marvin hired Chris Stith as vice president of human resources. In the role, he will support the company’s “evolving human resources function” from its facilities in Fargo, N.D.

“Marvin has experienced tremendous growth in recent years, and much of that has been in the Fargo and Red River Valley area,” Val Johnson, senior vice president of human resources, said in a news release. “We’re excited to have Chris’ expertise and vision on-site at one of our largest facilities to closely support the more than 2,000 Marvin team members in Fargo, West Fargo, and Grafton.”

Stith has more than two decades of human resources experience and most recently served as the global human resources leader for chemical technologies supply chain, information technology, health, safety, and environment and human resources at ChampionX. Stith has worked in human resources for Ecolab, Lockheed Martin, and Northern Tool + Equipment.

With Marvin, Stith will identify and implement talent management strategies with a focus on ensuring a consistent and unified approach to human resources practices across the Marvin enterprise, according to the company.

“I’m happy to be back in the Midwest working with a talented team of human resources business partners to recruit, engage, and retain the top talent that makes Marvin so distinct in the marketplace,” Stith said. “Marvin’s legacy of innovation and commitment to community makes this opportunity even more exciting.”