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3 to be inducted into Paper Industry International Hall of Fame

APPLETON (From news reports) -- Three people will be inducted into the Paper Industry International Hall of Fame.

The three are:

Christian Schiel, former chief development engineer for J.M. Voith. He is credited with developing the fabric press, fabric covered press rolls, the technology to manufacture flexible roll sleeves, flexible nip presses, numerous compact press configurations and a series of forming devices based on roll forming technologies. Schiel received the Walter Brecht Award of ZELLCHEMING for outstanding achievements in the pulp and paper industry in 1994.

Harold Miller, founder of Marathon Engineering. The company employed as many as 225 people before merging with Poyry. He is credited with playing a key role in establishing the Paper Industry International Hall of Fame as well as the Paper Discovery Center, now Atlas Science Center.

Harry Spiegelberg, who spent his entire career at Kimberly-Clark, rising to the position of vice president of technology and patent strategy. He is listed as inventor or co-inventor on multiple patents describing products and processes commercialized by the company

The inductees will be recognized at the Wisconsin Paper Council Annual Meeting June 19 at Resch Expo in Ashwaubenon. Tickets to the event are on sale until June 5.


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