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Ladish to retire.

John H. Ladish, chairman and CEO Ladish Malting Co., announced that he will retire as of September 1 after 52 years with the company.

Ladish, 68, will be succeeded by Craig Reiners, the current vice chairman and general manager of Ladish, who came to the company from Cargill when Cargill acquired Ladish last year.

After working in many areas of the malting company, Ladish was elected president in 1967 and chairman in 1972. The Cargill acquisition came after four generations of ownership by members of the Ladish family.
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Title Annotation:John H. Ladish, chairman and chief executive officer of Ladish Malting Co.
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Aug 17, 1992
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