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Hollymatic Corp. appointed Jim Williams director of marketing. He oversees all sales and marketing for the company. Williams has an extensive background in the food industry as manufacturer, distributor, and operator levels, most recently as national sales manager with The Broaster Co.
Henry Howard, a pioneer in the frozen food industry, died October 17, 2004, after a two-year battle with cancer. He co-founded Suzanna’s Kitchen in 1960, producing proportioned frozen patties, barbecue pork, Brunswick stew, and other frozen products. He co-founded the Association of American Meat Processors in 1977, and he also served on the board of directors for the National Frozen Prepared Food Manufacturers as well as other regional and local food associations.
Master-Bilt appoints Charles “Chuck” Dawson president. Dawson has more than 30 years of managerial and marketing experience in the foodservice industry, with specific experience in manufacturing, sales, installation, and service. He was previously vice president and general manager of operations for Carrier Commercial Refrigeration Heat Transfer Products Group and Witt Heat Transfer Products.
GEOCOMtms, a global provider of fleet optimization and territory design solutions, has appointed Michael Nark as president and chief executive officer effective immediately. Nark joined GEOCOMtms in 2003 and has more than 14 years of leadership experience in the information technology industry,
Patrick Larmon has been appointed executive director of Bunzl PLC, an international distribution and outsourcing group headquartered in London. Larmon was named president and chief executive officer of Bunzl Distribution Inc. of St. Louis, MO, last year and has been with the company for 15 years.