FORT WORTH, Texas, Oct. 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Virbac Corporation (Nasdaq: VBAC - News), a leading provider of veterinary products, today announced that Jean Nelson, Executive Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer has tendered her resignation to pursue another opportunity. Ms. Nelson will assist Virbac through an orderly transition period and will leave her position effective November 10, 2006. Until Ms. Nelson's replacement is named, all positions will report to Dr. Erik Martinez, President and Chief Executive Officer.
"We are sorry to lose Jean, however we recognize that she is moving on to an exciting opportunity," said Dr. Erik Martinez, President and Chief Executive Officer. "Jean was instrumental in helping Virbac through a number of challenges during her tenure. We are thankful for her contribution and wish her the best of luck."
About Virbac Corporation:
Virbac Corporation, located in Fort Worth, Texas, markets leading veterinary products under the brand names of Soloxine®, C.E.T.® Home Dental Care, the Allerderm line of dermatology products, IVERHART® Plus Flavored Chewables, and Preventic®. For more information on Virbac and its products, please visit http://www.virbaccorp.com .
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Source: Virbac Corporation
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