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INDUSTRY NEWS LETTER TO THE EDITOR


An Update on Knight I just wanted to send a quick note to tell


you that your story in Modern Casting has paid dividends for Knight Foundry already. We have been contacted by a


foundry in California and they are interested in our project! Tey sent us a nice donation and they want to meet with us to explore ways that they can assist with our future programs. Te Knight Foundry Alliance has


completed its first fund raising goal. Tey raised over $350,000 in under 90 days to complete the purchase of the foundry site! One person called in and asked how much more do you need? And then they sent in a check for $85,000! Tanks for your help. Ed Arata Knight Foundry Alliance Sutter Creek, Cal.


PERSONALS Hunter Foundry Machinery Cor-


poration (Schaumburg, Illinois) has announced personnel promotions and new responsibilities.Amy Heinzl has been promoted to manufacturing and materials manager, and started working at Hunter in 1994 as an assistant buyer. Doug Hunter, who started working at the company in 1998, has been promoted to service department manager. Doug started in the machine shop at Hunter and then as a field service engineer. Vijay Alreja, president,VJ Group


(New York), has been awarded the Ray H. Witt Metallurgy Award from the Advanced Casting Research Center at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Alreja, an expert in applying X-ray technolo- gies to metals testing, was recognized for his leadership in the aluminum casting industry, resources he invested to broaden the technology base, techniques and con- cepts he introduced to advance the field,


and his mentoring of future talent. Doug White, technical services


manager, Elkem Foundry Products, has retired following a 47-year career in the metals industry. He won the AFS Award for Scientific Merit and is a former chairman of the Ontario Chapter of AFS. HarbisonWalker International


(Pittsburgh), a supplier of refractory products and services, announced that Stephen Delo is retiring as chairman and CEO. Te HWI board of direc- tors has elected Carol R. Jackson to be HWI’s next chairman and CEO, effective July 1, 2017.


OBITUARY Fred W. Bailey died January 28,


2017. He was 89. Bailey was the founder of BailSco Blades & Cast- ings (Shreveport, Louisiana).


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