Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Effective from April 11, 2016, Weyerhaeuser Company has appointed Jim Kilberg as Senior Vice President, Real Estate, Energy and Natural Resources. He succeeds Tom Lindquist, who has left the company to pursue new business ventures. Kilberg will become part of the company’s senior management team and report to Doyle Simons, President and Chief Executive Officer.
Simons said, “Jim is a proven, dynamic leader with extensive real estate expertise and tremendous credibility within the company and industry. I have full confidence that under Jim’s leadership, our Real Estate, Energy and Natural Resources team will achieve our goal of delivering the most value from each of our 13 million acres of timberland.”
Jim Kilberg is an experienced forest industry and real estate executive who served as senior vice president of the Real Estate, Energy and Natural Resources business of Plum Creek since 2003. He joined Weyerhaeuser with the merger in February 2016. Prior to Plum Creek, Kilberg held senior positions at Trammell Crow Company, Pep Boys and PepsiCo.
Lindquist added, “Weyerhaeuser has a very talented leadership team and a truly remarkable asset base. I’m honored to have been part of creating the world’s premier timber, land and forest products company, and I look forward to Weyerhaeuser’s continued success.”
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