Corning Incorporated Appoints New Officers.CORNING, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 25--Corning Incorporated today announced the appointment of several new officers. Named senior vice presidents: Gary K. Emmick, Employee Relations; James A. Krueger, Materials Management Materials management is the branch of logistics that deals with the tangible components of a supply chain. Specifically, this covers the acquisition of spare parts and replacements, quality control of purchasing and ordering such parts, and the standards involved in ordering, ; E. Marie McKee, Human Resources The fancy word for "people." The human resources department within an organization, years ago known as the "personnel department," manages the administrative aspects of the employees. ; Alfred L. Michaelsen, Patent Operations.
Mr. Emmick, 53, most recently served as vice president-Employee Relations. He joined Corning in 1974 as a first line supervisor in the Steuben Factory. In 1984, was named plant manager of the Greenville, Ohio Greenville is a city in Darke County, Ohio, United States. The population was 13,294 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Darke CountyGR6. , plant and plant manager of the Erwin Manufacturing Complex in 1987.
Mr. Krueger, 57, served as vice president and director-Materials Management until he was named to his present position. He joined Corning in 1989 as division vice president and director, Corporate Purchasing. He began his career in 1960 as assistant credit manager of the Erickson Petroleum Company in Minneapolis, Minn. In 1967, he accepted the position of senior buyer with the Gillette Company in St. Paul St. Paul
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Ms. McKee, 45, most recently served as vice president-Human Resources and Diversity Officer. She joined the company in 1979 and in 1992 was appointed division vice president and director-Corporate Strategic Staffing, where she had responsibility for recruiting, placement, development, education and training, and career transitions and succession. Prior to joining Corning, she held a variety of positions at Purdue University Purdue University (pərdy`, -d`), main campus at West Lafayette, Ind. , including manager-Women in Engineering Programs.
Mr. Michaelsen, 55, joined Corning in 1977 as patent counsel for Telecommunications Communicating information, including data, text, pictures, voice and video over long distance. See communications. Products. Before being named to his current position, he served as general patent counsel and director of Patent Operations. In 1983, he was named assistant secretary, and in 1988, vice president of Patent Operations.
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Mr. Baker, 49, will also continue to serve as president of Corning Costar. He joined Corning in 1972 and held various sales and marketing positions at Consumer Products Division before moving into Corning Medical in 1978. He was appointed manager worldwide marketing development for Corning Medical and Scientific in 1982 and became manager business development in 1984. In 1994, he was named executive vice president, Corning Costar Corporation and in 1995, president of Corning Costar.
Mr. Cooke, 44, most recently served as division vice president-external development and general manager, Components Products Business. He joined Corning in 1980 as supervisor of accounting in the Electronic Products Division. He subsequently served in key financial and strategic planning Strategic planning is an organization's process of defining its strategy, or direction, and making decisions on allocating its resources to pursue this strategy, including its capital and people. positions in the Controllers Division and in Opto-Electronics Group. In 1992, he was named director of finance and planning for Opto-Electronics Division. Mr. Price, 48, served as division vice president for Advanced Materials Advanced Materials is a leading peer-reviewed materials science journal published every two weeks. Advanced Materials includes Communications, Reviews, and Feature Articles from the cutting edge of materials science, including topics in chemistry, physics, and Process Technologies before being named to his current position. He joined Corning in 1977 serving in sales, marketing and new product development positions in the Technical Ceramics Group. He was named business unit manager-Technical Components in the Materials Business in 1983. Mr. Price was appointed sales and marketing manager for the Advanced Materials business in 1990.
Mr. Welles, 56, served as director and division vice president of Manufacturing Engineering Manufacturing engineering
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Peter Campanella, 50, was today appointed president and chief executive officer of Corning Consumer Products Company. Mr. Campanella most recently served as senior vice president and general manager of the Science Products Division. He joined Corning in 1971 as a sales representative in the Consumer Products Division and subsequently served in a number of marketing, strategic management and international management positions in that division. He became director of sales and marketing in Science Products in 1989 and was named vice president and general manager in 1990.
Appointed division vice presidents: Adriane M. Brown, business director-Automotive Substrates; Robert A. Gilchrist, Information Technology; and Pamela C. Schneider, Finance and Administration, Corning Communications.
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