DALLAS — Jinger Heath has retired as chairman at BeautiControl Inc., the $157 million direct-sales cosmetics company owned by Tupperware Corp.
Heath, who along with her husband, Richard Heath, founded BeautiControl 23 years ago, retired April 1 to spend more time with her husband, according to Jo-Anne Jaeger, senior vice president of marketing at BeautiControl. Richard Heath retired in 2003 as BeautiControl’s president and chief executive officer. Their son, Rick Heath, is president of Tupperware’s U.S. operations.
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