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The HallStar Company promoted Louis M. Pace to the position of chief operating officer

October 2, 2012


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The HallStar Company: promoted Louis M. Pace to the position of chief operating officer, where he will assume responsibility for operations, supply chain and continuous improvement, in addition to his existing sales, marketing and business development responsibilities.

Pace joined HallStar in September 2010 as executive vice president, focused on developing and implementing global growth strategies. In December 2010, he was elected as an officer of the corporation and in April 2011, HallStar’s sales and marketing functions began reporting through him. Prior to joining HallStar, Pace served as president, Specialty Products Division at Belden CDT Inc. Prior to that, he worked for Sovereign Specialty Chemicals in progressively responsible positions, including vice president of product development and commercialization.
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