Clampitt Paper President Donald Crew to Retire, Tom Christian Named Successor
Oct. 30, 2014 - Clampitt Paper Company announced that Donald Crew, President and Chief Operating Officer will retire at the end of November. Tom Christian will succeed Crew as President, effective December 1.
Christian currently holds the position of Executive Vice President and has been with Clampitt Paper for 36 years, serving in many leadership positions.
Commenting on Crew's retirement, Don Clampitt, Chairman and CEO said, “Don has helped this company immeasurably. His vision and leadership have driven our growth, and he has influenced the lives of countless employees and customers.”
Crew has played a significant role in the paper industry throughout his 44 year career. Don held national sales and marketing management positions with Georgia-Pacific and Union Camp prior to joining Clampitt in 1994. He entered the firm as Vice President and General Manager of Clampitt Paper of San Antonio, then rose quickly to become the company's Executive Vice President, and then President and COO.
Crew will continue to serve on Clampitt's Board of Directors and will provide special services for the firm.
The Clampitt Paper Company was founded in 1941 and specializes in wholesale paper. To learn more about the company, please visit: www.clampitt.com.
SOURCE: Clampitt Paper Company