DFI announces new slate of officers and directors

Officials at Diamon-Fusion International Inc., Irvine, Calif., announced the company's new slate of officers and directors as part of the company's recent restructure of its operations, according to a March 30 release.

The newly formed Executive Committee constitutes of company officers Adam Zax, president and CEO, Guillermo Seta, corporate vice president, and Rubin Turner, corporate counsel.

Other previously appointed key positions include Russ Slaybaugh, vice president and general manager, along with the following positions: Todd Gentry, director of operations and strategic planning; Yasser Elassal, director of research and technology; and Carl Christ as director of on-site services.

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Date: 4 April 2011
Source: Diamon-Fusion International Inc.

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