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CSPA Names New Chairman

December 11, 2013

Siracusa of Church & Dwight to take the helm in January.

At the Consumer Specialty Products Association's  2013 Annual Meeting in Fort Lauderdale, FL representatives of the association’s more than 200 member companies elected 2014 officers and directors, appointing Paul Siracusa of Church & Dwight Co., as chairman.

Siracusa, who is executive vice president, global R&D at Church & Dwight,  will assume the chairmanship of the trade association in January.

Members of the 2014 CSPA  Board of Directors are:


Chairman of the Board: Paul Siracusa, Ph.D., Church & Dwight Co., Inc.

First Vice-Chairman of the Board: William Auriemma, Diversified CPC International, Inc.

Second Vice-Chairman of the Board: Frank Pacholec, Ph.D., Stepan Company

Treasurer: Adam Selisker, CRC Industries, Inc.

Assistant Treasurer (non-voting): John Abplanalp, Precision

President and CEO: Chris Cathcart, CSPA

Immediate Past Chairman: Bob Scharf, Sergeant’s Pet Care Products
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