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Intermet Corp., Troy, Michigan, appointed Terry C. Graessle vice president of sales and marketing and a member of the corporate operating committee.

ASF-Keystone, Inc. (Amsted Industries, Inc.), Chicago, named Eric J. Stopka controller for its truck strategic business unit.

The Board of Directors of Amsted Industries, Inc., Chicago, elected W. Robert Reum chairman, president and CEO.

Southwest Steel Casting Co., Longview, Texas, appointed Harry Phillips plant manager.

G & C Foundry Co. (Atchison Casting Corp.), Sandusky, Ohio, appointed Art Giheaut president.

Prospect Foundry, Inc. (Atchison Casting Corp.), Minneapolis, appointed John Haas president.

Xenia Foundry & Machine Co., Xenia, Ohio, appointed Denver Mason quality manager.

Griffin Pipe Products Co. (Amsted Industries, Inc.), Downers Grove, Illinois, named C. Scott Diestelkamp plant manager of its Florence, New Jersey facility.

Seco/Warwick Corp., Meadville, Pennsylvania, appointed Gordon Hoskin and Paul Parisi independent manufacturer's representatives for Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic Canada.

Leeman Labs, Inc., Hudson, New Hampshire, appointed Peter Brown president and CEO.

Engineered Foundry Systems, St. Louis, named Ron Reed president and general manager.

Simpson Technologies Corp., Aurora, Illinois, appointed Steve Nargang regional sales manager for Illinois and Indiana and Jim Stellmach regional sales manager for Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Florida and Mississippi.

Keramida Environmental, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana, named Terry M. Hogan vice president of power industry services.

Saint-Gobain Advanced Ceramics, Amherst, New York, appointed William A. Hill director of operations.

Praxair, Inc., Danbury, Connecticut, appointed Stephen F. Angel executive vice president.
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Title Annotation:foundry industry executive moves
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Date:Jun 1, 2001
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