Lowell-based J.B. Hunt Transport Services announced Friday (Feb. 7) that chief financial officer David Mee will retire effective March 1. Mee will stay with the company as an employee and advisor until April 1, according to a news release.
John Kuhlow, currently senior vice president of finance, controller and chief accounting officer, is set to assume the role of interim CFO.
“We are deeply grateful to Dave Mee for his over 27 years of leadership and dedication to the success of J.B. Hunt,” president and CEO John N. Roberts said in a statement. “We wish Dave well in his retirement and look forward to a smooth and effective transition as John Kuhlow assumes the interim CFO role in April until a permanent CFO is named.”
Shares of J.B. Hunt opened trading Friday at $111.22. In the past 52 weeks the stock has ranged between $83.64 and $122.29.