People (December 01, 2003)
December 1, 2003 By Pulp & Paper Canada
Bowater Inc. elected RICHARD B. EVANS to the company’s board effective immediately. He replaces RICHARD BARTH who is retiring.LEE BUTLER is the new VP and chief financial officer of Papier Masson Ltee…
Bowater Inc. elected RICHARD B. EVANS to the company’s board effective immediately. He replaces RICHARD BARTH who is retiring.
LEE BUTLER is the new VP and chief financial officer of Papier Masson Ltee. Prior to his appointment, he had a career with James Maclaren Industries Inc., from which Papier Masson acquired its facilities.
ANDRE DAGENAIS was appointed VP, Regions, Siemens Canada Ltd. He will be responsible for overseeing the execution of Siemens go-to-market strategy in its geographical operating regions across Canada.
NorskeCanada appointed THOMAS S. CHAMBERS to the company’s board of directors. A partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP for 26 years, Chambers has also served on many councils and committees for the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Canada and British Columbia.
The CSChE’s Process Safety Management division AGM has elected R. THOMAS BOUGHNER vice-chairman for 2004. Broughner is the general manager of Mackenzie Operations Pope & Talbot Ltd.
MAURY KEESLER was named Cityforest Corporation’s VP Operations.
Sappi’s ANDRE WAGENAAR has been appointed as the CEO of the Forest Products Division with effect from 1st January 2004, when Dr John Job relinquishes his responsibilities for the Southern African Businesses. The Forest Products Division manages Sappi’s plantation, pulp and commodity paper businesses in South Africa.
JAN SPENCER was appointed president of Kimberly-Clark Professional’s North American branch.
The 2003 Graphic Arts Technical Foundation’s Naomi Berber Memorial Award goes to JEAN BOURGES, president and CEO of Bourges Color International. Bourges is a woman with a unique lifelong devotion to and passion about colour communication in the graphic arts process. The award recognizes the contributions of women to the printing and graphic arts industry.
International Paper announced the election of MARTHA FINN BROOKS, senior VP of Alcan Inc. and president of Alcan Rolled Products Americas and Asia, to its Board of Directors.
Buckeye Technologies Inc. announced the promotion of KRISTOPHER J. MATULA to executive VP and chief financial officer. He previously served as the company’s senior VP, Nonwovens and Corporate Strategy.
It is with sorrow that the staff of Pulp & Paper Canada learned that the author of one of the technical papers in this month’s issue, Azim Shariff, tragically passed away in late November. Our deep condolences go to his family.
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