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Reynolds Industries: Augustus “Gus” Reynolds

November 15, 2005

Reynolds Industries: Augustus “Gus” Reynolds was promoted to chief executive officer. Stephen E. Speer was named president of the Fort Mill, SC manufacturing facility. Mike Pearce was promoted to director of technical sales. Lee Shargel was appointed engineering manager. Major stockholder Kim Pearce was named chief financial officer.
l Alcan: Yves Mansion and Jean-Paul Jacamon were named directors. Mr. Mansion is chief executive officer of Societe Fonciere Lyonnaise and a member of the French College de l’Autorite des marches financiers. Mr. Jacamon is a non-executive chairman of Bonna Sabla and of the Gardiner Group. Mr. Jacamon is also a director of Le Carbone Lorraine, STACI and AMEC plc and chairman of Eureka. Both men formerly served on the board of directors for Pechiney, which is now a subsidiary of Alcan.
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