SPRINGDALE, ARK. — Tyson Foods provided more details about Curt Calaway, the company’s interim chief financial officer.

He took over the position after current CFO John Randal Tyson was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI) in Fayetteville, Ark., on June 13.  The company released a statement on June 14 saying that Tyson would be suspended from his duties effective immediately.  

According to an 8-K SEC filing, Calaway recently served as CFO for Tyson’s prepared foods business segment and was responsible for the company’s mergers and acquisitions and corporate development efforts. He served as senior vice president of finance and treasurer at Tyson which he started in April 2021.

During his tenure, Calaway held various leadership roles at Tyson Foods, including involvement in investor relations, treasury, corporate finance, corporate FP&A, M&A and corporate development, risk finance, and supply chain finance. He’s worked in various leadership roles at Tyson Foods for 18 years.

Before working at Tyson, Calaway spent 11 years at PricewaterhouseCoopers in several different positions according to his LinkedIn page.