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Georgia-Pacific names chairman.

A.D. "Pete" Correll has been named chief executive officer of Georgia-Pacific, Atlanta, GA, effective May 4, 1993. Mr. Correll, currently president and chief operating officer, will succeed T. Marshall Hahn, Jr. and will become chairman following Mr. Hahn's retirement on December 2, 1993. Mr. Hahn will continue as director; the company does not plan to fill the positions of president and chief operating officer.

In addition, James Van Meter, executive vice president-finance and chief financial officer, has been elected vice chairman and chief financial officer. He will assume responsibility for the company's law department in addition to his current responsibilities. W.E. "Ed" Babin has also been named executive vice president-pulp and paper.

Previously, Mr. Babin was executive vice president-pulp and paperboard. John McGovern has also been named senior vice president-finance and treasurer, moving up from his position as vice president-finance and treasurer.
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Title Annotation:A.D. Correll
Publication:Nonwovens Industry
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Date:Mar 1, 1993
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