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New Officers at CSPA

By Melissa Meisel, Associate Editor | January 10, 2014

Church & Dwight's Siracusa is chair.

It's a new year at the Consumer Specialty Products Association (CSPA). At its recent meeting, representatives of the association’s more than 200 member companies elected its 2014 officers and directors.  Paul Siracusa, Ph.D. executive vice president, global research & development, Church & Dwight Co., Inc. will assume chairmanship of the trade association in January 2014.

Members of the 2014 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
 
Members elected to serve terms expiring in December 2014 are:
Gerard Baillely, The Procter & Gamble Company
Steve Goldberg, BASF Corporation
Laurent Faracci, Reckitt Benckiser
John Ferring, PLZ Aeroscience
Mike Freeman, WD-40 Company
Peter Hess, JR Hess Company, Inc.
Carleen Kreider, Aptar Beauty + Home
Bill Schalitz, Spartan Chemical Company, Inc.
 
Members elected to serve terms expiring in December 2015 are:
Greg Adamson, Givaudan
Lisa Alexander, Firmenich
Catharine de Lacy, The Clorox Company
Frank Jusich, Central Life Sciences
Pamela Lam, Henkel
Bill Metzger, United Industries Corporation
Kelly Semrau, S.C. Johnson & Son
Jim Westerhaus, Ecolab Inc.
 
Members elected to serve terms expiring in December 2016 are:
Patrizia Barone, Unilever
Joel Burdick, Beauty Avenues/Limited Brands
Kimberly Cassar, Hartz Mountain Company
Mike Feldser, Ball Corporation
Jeff Pinkham, The Scotts Company
Elaine Schley, Armored AutoGroup, Inc.
Ron Shuck, The Sherwin-Williams Company
Bill Smith, KIK Custom Products
 
More info: www.cspa.org
 
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