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Industry People (September 01, 2006)

JOHN MANN has been appointed vice president of the Forest Engineering Research Institute of Canada's western region.

September 1, 2006  By Pulp & Paper Canada

JOHN MANN has been appointed vice president of the Forest Engineering Research Institute of Canada’s western region.

RICHARD K. ATKINSON has retired his position as CFO of Pope & Talbot. Former CFO Maria M. Pope replaces him.

A.D. (PETE) CORRELL has retired, as chairman of Georgia-Pacific’s board of directors. He is now serving as an advisor to the board and its leadership team, as chairman emeritus. JOSEPH W. MOELLER, president and CEO, is now additionally serving as chairman.


In other Georgia-Pacific news, TED KENNEDY, vice president for the company’s Palatka operations, will head manufacturing resource planning (MRP) for the company’s North American consumer products, where he will be responsible for coordinating efforts of all the mills in GP’s consumer products group. In his place, KEITH WAHOSKE has been named vice president of Palatka operations.

As of October 25, 2006 JUANITA D. DUGGAN will assume the role of president and CEO of the American Forest & Paper Association. She replaces W. HENSON MOORE, who announced his intention to retire last October.

Stora Enso’s executive vice president of corporate strategy and member of the management group MAGNUS DIESEN will retire on September 30.

Timken has elected JOHN P. REILLY as director of its board.

PETER AFFLECK, vice president of forestry at the Council of Forest Industries of BC, died in hospital in Vancouver at the age of 55.

Neenah Paper elected JOHN F. MCGOVERN to serve as a director. He replaces JAMES G. GROSKLAUS.

CHRISTIAN RYNNING-TONNESEN has been appointed CEO of Norske Skog. ANDREAS ENGER has been appointed CFO.

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