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Weyerhaeuser Announces Leadership Changes

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Weyerhaeuser (Federal Way, Wash. USA) announced this past Monday (Oct. 31, 2016)  the appointment of Devin W. Stockfish to VP of Western Timberlands, and Kristy T. Harlan to SVP, general counsel, and corporate secretary. Both changes will be effective Jan. 1, 2017.

Stockfish currently serves as SVP, general counsel and corporate secretary. In his new role, he will lead the company’s Timberlands operations in Washington and Oregon. Stockfish will report to Rhonda D. Hunter, SVP of Timberlands.

"Devin is a proven leader who has been instrumental in transforming Weyerhaeuser into a focused timber, land, and forest products company," said Doyle R. Simons, president and CEO. "This move will further expand Devin’s operations expertise, and our Western Timberlands operations will benefit from his strategic insights and ability to deliver results as this business continues to sustainably meet the needs of our customers and drive value for our shareholders."

Harlan joins Weyerhaeuser from the law firm of K&L Gates LLP, where she is a partner focusing on corporate, securities. and business-related transactions: including securities offerings, mergers and acquisitions, financing, joint ventures, as well as strategic alliances and related roles in corporate governance.
 
In her new role, she will lead the company’s Law department. Harlan will join the company as a SVP effective Nov. 28, 2016, and assume her new role as general counsel and corporate secretary on Jan. 1, 2017. She will report directly to Simons.

"Kristy’s extensive legal and business expertise will be a great asset to Weyerhaeuser," said Simons. "I’m looking forward to the energy and insights she will bring to our legal team and to the company."
 

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