Anchor Glass appoints new CFO

Anchor Glass Container Corp. in Tampa announced Tuesday that Darrin Campbell has been appointed its executive vice president and chief financial officer.

Campbell joined Anchor Glass in September 2000 and has been executive vice president of sales for the past year. Prior to joining Anchor Glass, Campbell was CFO for Pabst Brewing Co. for three years. Later as chief operating officer, Campbell led the Pabst acquisition of Stroh Brewing Co. Dale Buckwalter, Anchor's previous CFO, will remain as a consultant through 2003, the company stated in a release.

600450 Anchor Glass appoints new CFO
Date: 22 November 2002
Source: The Business Journal

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