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Shahrooz Nafi si and Reza Ghomashchi are publishing a book called “Semi-Solid Processing of Aluminum Alloys.” It discusses advanced semi-solid processing research techniques for aluminium alloys, details tools and parameters for employment and measurement in semi-solid processing charac- terization, and features numerous illustrations of semi-solid process- ing of aluminum alloys. Penn-Mar Castings Inc.


(Hannover, Pennsylvania) an- nounced the promotion of Craig P. Rang to president and CEO of its Hanover, Pennsylvania operating facility. Rang joined Penn-Mar in 1996 and has been a key part of the management team during his 20 years with the company. Penn-Mar also an- nounced the promotion of Mark S. Foltz to foundry manager. Foltz has worked over 40 years at


OBITUARIES Elwin (Ed) Rooy of Aurora,


Ohio, died Sept. 23, 2016. He was 81. He spent 30 years with Alcoa, rising to corporate manager of metallurgy and quality assurance, and then formed a consulting firm. He was past Chair of the AFS Northeast Ohio Chapter, past Chair of the AFS Light and Reactive Metals Division, and a recipient of the AFS Award for Scientific Merit. T omas A. Harty died October


5, 2016, in Orange, Massachu- setts. He was 95. He left school following 8th grade to work at the Charles G. Allen metalcast- ing facility until 1943 when he enlisted in the United States Navy, serving as an Electrician’s Mate during WWII. For 32 years he worked for the Rodney Hunt Machine Company as a molder, foundry foreman, foundry super- intendent and salesman.


the Hanover facility. PFERD INC. (Milwaukee) a global manufacturer and distribu- tor of abrasives, brushes and power tools, has announced the appoint- ment of Tim Lee to the position


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