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HUMPHRIES TO RETIRE AS HEAD OF CARGILL NORTH AMERICA; STALEY TO ASSUME POST

 MINNEAPOLIS, May 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Cary H. Humphries, president of Cargill North America, will retire July 31, 1993, following 39 years of service to the company.
 Humphries will be succeeded in that post by Warren R. Staley, currently chief of staff for Cargill North America.
 Humphries, 63, joined Cargill in 1954 and has held a variety of operational and managerial posts throughout his career. After serving as a merchant and branch manager for the Commodity Marketing Division, Humphries held managerial posts in Cargill's sugar, molasses and anhydrous ammonia activities before being named a corporate vice president in 1978. He also has served as president and chairman of the board of North Star Steel, as well as group vice president with responsibility for steel-related businesses, ferrous trading, the Chemical Products Division and the Salt Division. He was named senior vice president and chief administrative officer in March 1991, and was elected to his current post in June of that year.
 Staley, 51, joined Cargill in 1969 and held various merchandising and administrative positions with the Corn Milling Department, including service as general manager of corn milling operations in Dayton, Ohio, and Tilbury, England. After serving as deputy general manager of Cargill's European corn milling operations, Staley became manager of Cargill S.A. in Buenos Aires, Argentina, before moving to Minneapolis to become president of Worldwide Feed operations and executive supervisor of Central and Western Latin America. He was named chief of staff for North America in June 1991.
 Staley holds a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Kansas State University and a master's degree in business administration from Cornell University. Humphries holds a degree in economics from the University of Virginia.
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