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USCTI elects 1999 officers.

The United States Cutting Tool Institute (USCTI), an association of more than 100 cutting tool manufacturers, has elected its officers for 1999. William H Stokey, president of Allied Machine & Engineering Corp, will serve his first term as president of the Institute. David A Baker of Robb-Jack Corp was elected senior vice president and James E Hagen of Kennametal was elected vice president. Newly elected to the Institute's Executive Committee was Robert McKee of Talbot Holdings. The Executive Committee comprises the three officers and immediate past president, William B Cleveland of Craig Tools Corp. Newly elected to the USCTI Board of Directors were Roger K Taylor of North American Tool Corp; Peter Field of Michigan Drill Corp; Gary Vanderpol of Criterion Machine Works and John N Shaffer of McCrosky Tool Corp.
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Publication:Tooling & Production
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Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Feb 1, 1999
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