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MAY 2018

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COATINGSPRO MAY 2018 15 through its new KM Academy and increasing its national team of roofing experts. For more information, contact: KM Coatings, (602) 253-1168, ISEA Elects Officers, Board Members e annual meeting of the International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) trade association, which represents personal protective equipment (PPE) and technologies, included the election of new officers and members to its board of trustees. Sheila Eads, president and CEO of safety products company ERB Industries, was named chairman of the board, while Craig Wallentine, global business development manager from DowDuPont, was elected vice chairman. In addition, ISEA member- ship elected Brian Myers from 3M's personal safety division and Kelly Kolb from health and hygiene company Kimberley-Clark Professional to seats on the board. e appointments were finalized at the annual meeting held in December 2017. For more informa- tion, contact: ISEA, (703) 525-1695, Pond Names New Senior Project Manager Architecture, engineering, planning, and construction company Pond & Co. recently welcomed Clay Rokohl as senior project manager for its oil and gas division. Located in Pond 's office near Houston in e Woodlands, Texas, Rokohl has more than 21 years of consulting experience within the oil, gas, and chemicals sectors, with a focus on facility process design, process safety management, engineer- ing management, project execution, and project management. Rokohl 's previous experience with midstream facility design, pressure relief design, and managing/building teams of process engineers was described as a "perfect fit" as Pond seeks to expand its midstream project base. For more infor- mation, contact: Pond, (678) 336-7740, Seymour Midwest Promotes Vitoux to CEO Seymour Midwest, a family-owned global supplier to the specialty hand tools market, announced the promotion of Bob Vitoux to the role of president and CEO. Vitoux joined Seymour Midwest in 2016 as COO, and he will take over for Bill Henthorn, who is moving into a board role after 20 years with the company and having been in the role Vitoux will assume. During Vitoux's first year at Seymour, he led the company's executive leadership team and person- ally engaged in activities focused on communication to strengthen the organizational alignment across its five operating locations while also overseeing several customer-facing initiatives. ese initiatives included a complete visual rebranding and a significant market pricing undertak- ing. For more information, contact: Seymour Midwest, (844) 739-6687, CP News From Around the Coatings Industry Re ad e r In qui r y at co ati n g sp ro m a m /i n q0518

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