RPM appoints new president industrial segment

RPM appoints new president for industrial segment

6:20 AM, 27th July 2017
David Reif, III appointed as president for RPM industrial segment.
David Reif, III appointed as president for RPM industrial segment.

MEDINA, US: RPM International Inc (RPM) said that David Reif, III, formerly group president of the RPM performance coatings group, has been appointed president – RPM industrial segment.

In this role, Reif will provide strategic direction to RPM’s industrial segment businesses. He will report to RPM’s president and chief operating officer (CEO) Ronald Rice.

Reif began his career at KPMG Peat Marwick in 1975 and joined Stonhard Inc in 1986 as executive VP and chief financial officer (CFO) and a minority owner. RPM acquired Stonhard in 1993. Since that time, Reif has served as CFO of RPM, president of its StonCor Group of operating companies, and in June of 2000 was appointed president and CEO of the RPM performance coatings group.

Additionally, RPM also announced the promotion of David Dennsteadt (currently VP) to group president of the RPM performance coatings group, a collection of companies that are global leaders in industrial high-performance coatings and waterproofing products including Carboline, Stonhard, USL and Fibergrate.

Greaves will report to Reif in his capacity as president - RPM industrial segment.

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