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Industry News


Alcoa Appoints Chief Strategy Officer Alcoa Corp., Pittsburgh, announced


that John Slaven will join the company as executive vice president and chief strategy officer, effective February 4. Slaven, 57, will be a member of


Alcoa’s executive team and an officer of the Company, reporting to President and Chief Executive Officer Roy Harvey. Slaven will be responsible for supporting Alcoa’s overall strategy and will oversee the corporate and business development functions,


global


Industry Mourns Ted Klemp In search of winding roads, sandy


beaches, and local watering holes, Ted caught the last train to his next destination on Sunday,


January 13,


2019, at his home in Spring Lake. Ted was born August 11, 1947, in Muskegon, Michigan to Ted and Mary (Ouwerkerk) Klemp. He met Marcia Zuidema, the love of his life, in 1965, and they married on August 24, 1968, in Grand Haven. They recently celebrated 50 years of marriage together on an Alaskan cruise. Ted graduated from Michigan Tech in 1970 and then started his career as a metallurgist for Sealed Power and Cannon Muskegon. In 1992, he started a consulting company and distinguished himself as one of the most revered foundry metallurgists in the nation. He loved spending time with his family and dogs. He enjoyed sailing, skiing, driving and customizing his numerous cars, and he was passionate about trains. Ted was most content spending sunny days in the surf along the shores of Lake Michigan with his favorite craft beer of the moment. His memory will live on through


his family, friends and countless contributions to the investment casting industry. He will be deeply missed by everyone whose life he has touched. He is lovingly remembered by his wife, Marcia Klemp of Spring Lake;


102 ❘ February 2019 ®


Hubert Deutsch Takes Over as Chairman of the Management Board of the BLANK-Group


daughter, Meagan (Michael) Gassmann of Norton Shores; two sons, Crispin (Michele Forster) Klemp of Grand Rapids, and Sander (Annie Fish) Klemp of Muskegon; two grandchildren, Teddy Gassmann and Tatum Klemp; “adoptive granddaughter” Taylor Brink; his sister, Mary (Michael) Klemp-Hintz of Minnesota; brother, Mark (Jan) Klemp of Laurium, MI; two sisters-in- law, Jeanette (DeVere) Boyd of Grand Haven and Claudia (Dan) Phipps of Grand Haven; his brother-in-law, John (Kathy) Zuidema of Grand Haven; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, Ted and Mary (Ouwerkerk) Klemp, and his brother, Tom Klemp.


The BLANK-Group has reorganized its management and gained Mr. Hubert Deutsch, an experienced industrial man- ager, as chairman of the management board. For 19 years, Mr. Deutsch has held various positions of responsibility within the Liebherr Group. Most recent- ly, after several years in the field of con- struction machinery, Mr. Deutsch was commercial director of Liebherr-Haus- geräte Ochsenhausen GmbH. Dr. Wolfgang Blank will continue to represent the interests of the shareholder family in the company and, in particular, accompany the strategic business development. Mr. Deutsch is looking forward to


the cooperation and the new challenge: “I myself come from the region and it is an honour for me to now work for one of the large companies in Riedlingen.” He wishes an open, constructive atmosphere of cooperation in order to successfully master the challenges ahead for the BLANK Group.


supply energy development. chain, and


“John has extensive experience in the metals and mining business, including global experience in several commodities and industry sectors across the full aluminum value chain,” said


Harvey. “His experience spans


from early stage exploration through project development and operations, to sales and marketing and end users, which will be an important asset to our Company as we continue to pursue our strategic priorities and multiyear capital allocation framework.”


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