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PMA Divisions Elect New Leaders

January 19, 2011
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CLEVELAND, OH- The Precision Metalforming Association (PMA) has elected Augusto Gil to the position of metal spinning division vice chair and Benjamin Barnett to the next generation leaders division vice chair.

Gil, general manager for Hialeah Metal Spinning (Hialeah, FL), has been active within the Metal Spinning Division for nearly a decade and previously served as a member of the group’s program committee. In his new role as vice chair, he will work to increase division participation and membership by preparing valuable content for presentations and group discussions.

Barnett, vice president of Principal Manufacturing Corp. (Broadview, IL), looks to increase participation of younger people within PMA’s next generation leaders division through his responsibilities as vice chair of the group. He has been participating in division activities for the past several years and serves as the membership chair for the local PMA Chicago District.

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