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PCMC Names Replacement For Retiring Vice President

November 30, -0001

Green Bay-based Paper Converting Machine announced the retirement of Robert Clausen, vice president of finance and treasurer, after 32 years of service. Mr. Clausen became an officer of the company in 1984 upon his election as Treasurer and Controller. His duties were expanded in 1995 with his election to vice president of finance and treasurer.

Robert Mathews, who has served as director of business development and strategic planning since joining PCMC in 2001, will replace him. Mr. Mathews previously held positions with Pillsbury, Wilson Sporting Goods and Procter & Gamble. In addition to his current responsibilities for business development, strategic planning and information technology, he will also be responsible for the company’s financial and accounting management.
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