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August 19, 2012

Business briefs: Aug. 19, 2012

Appointments announced

TICONDEROGA — Carolyn Ida has accepted the position of engineering leader at the Ticonderoga Mill  reporting to Chris Mallon, mill manager.

She began her career as a project engineer at the Thilmany, Wisc., mill in 1990. She joined the Ticonderoga team in 1992 and has held a variety of positions including design engineer, project engineering leader, manufacturing technical and work systems role in PS&D, EDGE implementation and product development-product performance manager.

Pierre Castonguay  has accepted the position of manager–energy initiatives reporting to Mallon.

In this role, he will assume responsibility for overall leadership and development of energy cost and efficiency opportunities. Castonguay holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maine. He joined the International Paper team in 1984 at the Georgetown mill.

He joined the Ticonderoga team in 2002 and has held various positions including senior department engineer, manager–manufacturing excellence and engineering leader/capital and reliability.

Teo Camejo  has joined the Ticonderoga team as manager of human resources.  

He is a graduate of Saint Mary’s University, Caracas, Venezuela, and holds an Attorney at Law Degree with a specialization in labor law. He has completed advanced studies in Human Resources Development, Global Organizations Alignment and Advanced Leader People Management. Most recently, Camejo served as vice president of human resources with Ener1 Inc. in Indianapolis, Ind.

Office manager

PLATTSBURGH — Doctors William P. Caldon, Michael T. O’Connor and Donnon O’Neill of High Peaks Dental have appointed Amanda Hartmann to the position of office manager in the Plattsburgh office.

Hartmann joined High Peaks Dental in July 2012. Born in Landstuhl, Germany, and raised in Plattsburgh, she graduated from Plattsburgh High School and continued her education at Plattsburgh State, majoring in Psychology and Women’s Studies.

She moved to Southern California and had the opportunity to work with international trade expositions throughout the country. Upon returning to Plattsburgh, she entered the field of medical practice management.

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