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Commercial Development and Marketing Association (CDMA): Ada Nielsen

November 15, 2005

Commercial Development and Marketing Association (CDMA): New 2004-2005 officers have been elected: Ada Nielsen, licensing manager of BP Amoco Chemicals, president; Jim Cederna, coach of Cederna International, president-elect; Wayne Turnblom, president of InSpired Associates, treasurer; Jack Peregrim, president of Paragon Devel-opment, secretary and Larry Drumm, vice president of business development at MBI International, past president. New directors include: Bruce Banyai of Novozymes Biologicals, Nancy Easter-brook and John Tao of Air Products & Chemicals, Steve Ludmerer of Paralec, Ron Turner of Columbian Chemicals and Chuck Van Fleet of Swan Chem-ical. Bill Frye, market development manager, BP Amoco Chemicals, was named educational foundation chair.
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