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INDUSTRY NEWS PERSONALS Dalton Corporation (War-


saw, Indiana) announced John Haas has joined the company as its president. Haas has over 40 years of experience in the


OBITUARIES Jim Bettinghaus died April 7,


2017. He was 82. Bettinghaus’ final employer was Willman Industries, and he was a longtime member of the AFS Wisconsin chapter. Harry Arthur Edge Jr. died


April 4, 2017. He was 81. After Edge’s military service, he was employed by U.S. Steel in Bir- mingham, Alabama. He then worked for American Cast Iron


Pipe Company for 39 years in various capacities, retiring as vice president and works manager. Edge was a licensed professional engineer in Alabama. He served in the AFS Directors Class of 1999, and as the AFS 2nd vice president 2001-2002, AFS vice president 2002-2003 and AFS president in 2003-2004. Joseph F. Coursey died March 23, 2017. He was 87. Coursey spent


most of his career in the metalcast- ing industry, starting as a chemist at Eastern Stainless Steel and Kop- pers, and later managing foundries in Maryland (Lacy, Flynn and Emrich), New York state (Ingersoll-Rand), Ohio (Hamilton), and Connecticut (Producto). He served as chairman of the AFS Chesapeake chapter from 1982-83 and on the national board of directors from 1971-74.


metalcasting industry, and most recently was general manager of Grede’s St Cloud, Minnesota facility. Greg Deveson joined Ameri-


can Axle & Manufacturing (Detroit) as president of the powertrain business unit.Todd Heavin is the president of the casting business unit.


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