Research & Innovation
Industry People (November 01, 2006)
By Pulp & Paper Canada
Weyerhaeuser has named SANDY D. MCDADE senior vice president and general counsel. At the same time, CRAIG D. NEESER , senior vice president for Canada, is taking on the role of senior vice president, ...
By Pulp & Paper Canada
Weyerhaeuser has named SANDY D. MCDADE senior vice president and general counsel. At the same time, CRAIG D. NEESER, senior vice president for Canada, is taking on the role of senior vice president, international and industrial wood products.
In other Weyerhaeuser news, KIM WILLIAMS joined the company’s board of directors.
DAVE MACKIE has joined Nexterra Energy Corporation as director of sales for pulp and paper solutions.
Norske Skog named TOM BRATLIE vice president of corporate communications.
International Paper chairman and CEO JOHN FARACI has been selected as RISI’s 2006 CEO of the year.
International Paper also made a new addition to its board of directors. The company elected DAVID J. BRONCZEK to its board.
TAPPI has named LARRY N. MONTAGUE the organization’s new president.
JAAKKO POYRY passed away on September 8, in Helsinki, at the age of 82.
Kimberly-Clark named ANTHONY J. PALMER chief marketing officer.
DR. IAN DE LA ROCHE has been appointed president and CEO of the newly created forest sector research institute formed by FERIC, Forintek and Paprican. With over 30 years of research and government experience, de la Roche is currently president and CEO of Forintek Canada Corp and FERIC.
Albany International has implemented a series of senior management changes in its Americas Business Corridor of its Paper Machine Clothing business. THOMAS H. CURRY, group vice president-PMC Americas will retire on March 1, 2007, at which point MICHAEL J. JOYCE, vice president, sales and marketing — Americas Business Corridor, will succeed him.
MAUREEN O’NEILL has taken on the responsibilities of Secretary to ISO/TC6.
Dow Corning has named CATHERINE HUANG as its new Asia market manager.
MARGARET KNIGHT is the first female to be inducted into the Paper Industry International Hall of Fame. She was co-founder of Eastern Paper Bag Company, and lived in Hartford, CT. She lived from 1838-1914.