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Tillamook selects new CEO.

The Tillamook County Creamery Association (TCCA) board of directors has selected Harold Strunk as its chief executive officer. Strunk has more than 25 years of consumer packaged-goods experience. He joins the dairy cooperative from Eagle Family Foods Inc., where he simultaneously served as executive vice president of sales and international vice president and general manager of the Canadian division since 2001.

As executive vice president of sales, he was responsible for all U.S. retail, special channel and foodservice sales activities. His duties as vice president of international included sales, marketing and supply chain for all international businesses.

Before working at Eagle Family Foods, Strunk was with Borden Inc. He started at Borden in 1986 as retail development manager of Borden Grocery, and served in positions of increasing responsibility until 1996, when he became director of process improvement for Borden Food Corp. He held that position for two years until Borden was purchased by Eagle Family Foods, and he was appointed director of sales support.

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"I am very impressed with what has been accomplished over the past few years and look forward to working with the Tillamook team to continue to build this great enterprise," said Strunk. He will be the seventh CEO of the 98-year-old cooperative.
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Publication:Rural Cooperatives
Date:Sep 1, 2007
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