Ameron Announces Changes in Management Structure

Friday, August 27, 1999
Ameron International Corporation announced changes in the management structure of the company's worldwide coating business. Gerald W. Beeler was named group president of Ameron's Coatings Group, in charge of protective coatings division U.S. and Europe. Beeler has served in various management roles with the company for ten years, and was formerly vice president of marketing for Ameron's marine and offshore coatings business. Beeler's staff includes: Randy Roth, vice president of sales; Stephen F. Dickey, vice president of strategic planning and marketing; Richard Von Hor, vice president of operations and distribution; Christine Stanley, vice president of technology; Michael Sloan, vice president of international operations; Jay Herpel, director of international sales; and Thomas Brinkman, as director of finance for the group.
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