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INDA's Annual Meeting

August 17, 2005

At INDA’s Annual Meeting 2005, held in March in Orlando, FL, a new board of directors was elected. Steven Ogel, vice president of research and development for Leggett & Platt, was elected chairperson; Marvin Mitchell, global business leader at Johns Manville Cor­poration was named vice chairperson of planning; and Bill Vogel, Atlantic Mills’ president was named vice chairperson, finance. Additionally, Janet Devine, president, Sonobond Ultra­sonics, Den­nis Durkin, vice president of sales at Cleaver Associates, Daniel Feroe, North American sales manager, Rieter Greensboro—Perfojet Div., Walter Schwarz, president and CEO, Freudenberg Nonwovens NA and Lis­ette Swenson, brand manager U.S. barrier products, Molnlycke Health Care, were elected members of the board. Other members of the Board of Directors include: Gary Abyad, president, Clopay Plastic Products, Jon Behm, director or research and development at Cardinal Health, Don Brown, director of sales and marketing, Colbond Nonwovens, Val Hollingsworth, president and CEO of Hollingsworth & Vose Company, C. Dru Kefalos, marketing communications manager, ExxonMobil Chemical, Paul Latten, vice president of nonwoven and textile fibers, INVISTA, John Michaud, general manager of wipes, The Americas for Ahlstrom, Robert Pine, executive vice president of Elk Performance Nonwoven Fabrics and Jim Schaeffer, CEO of PGI Nonwovens.
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