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HallStar named Richard Trojan as vice president

June 29, 2012

 HallStar: named Richard Trojan as vice president, human resources and corporate services. He will be responsible for human resources, regulatory affairs, quality assurance and safety. Trojan replaces Keith Carlson, vice president, who will retire from the specialty chemical company this year after more than 12 years of service.

Before joining HallStar, Trojan served as vice president of human resources for Videojet Technologies, a subsidiary of Danaher Corporation.Prior to Videojet, he held several key positions at the Sanford division of Newell Rubbermaid, most recently as director of organizational development and learning, focusing on talent management. He started his human resources career at Caterpillar, Inc., moving from an internship to operations supervisor in four years.
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