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Foundry People on the Move.

Intermet Corp., Troy, MI, has named Raymond M. Dimmer general manager of its Havana Foundry, Havana, IL, and W. Dean Buckley general manager of its Radford Foundry, Radford, VA. * Starline Manufacturing Co., Inc., Milwaukee, has named Tom Hoesly sales manager. * Auburn Foundry, Inc., Auburn, IN, has named Larry Kaiser director of metallurgy and material systems. * Brillion Iron Works, Inc., Brillion, WI, has named Kenneth E. Wagner president. * Golden Casting Corp., Columbus, IN, has named Robert G. Witt executive vice president of sales and marketing. * Neenah Foundry Co., Neenah, WI, has named Chuck Kurtti executive vice president. * The Maco Corp., Huntington, IN, has named Michael F. McDuffee vice president of sales and marketing. * American Steel Foundries (ASF) (Amsted Industries, Inc.), Camp Hill, PA, has named Randy Turner, Jr., controller of its end-of-car strategic business unit. ASF, Granite City, IL, has named Terry L. Pitchford manager of technical customer services an d Franklin S. McKeown manager of test lab services. Amsted's Griffin Wheel Co., Keokuk, IA, has named Michael K. St. Clair plant manager.
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Publication:Modern Casting
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Date:Oct 1, 2000
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