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Syngenta announces personnel changes

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The manufacturer has made several key appointments for its turf, landscape and consumer businesses.

| October 21, 2010

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Syngenta has announced several key appointments for its turf, landscape and consumer business.
 
Scott Valentine is now head, marketing services of the company’s turf, landscape and consumer business, a division of Syngenta Lawn and Garden. His responsibilities will include growing the marketing services function and continued oversight of the marketing services team.
 
Valentine previously worked at Syngenta Biotechnology as a project leader for drought tolerant corn and soybeans. Most recently, he was manager, marketing services, turf and ornamentals.
 
Shawn Potter is appointed head of marketing turf, landscape and consumer and will lead the brand manager and market manager teams. Potter comes to turf, landscape and consumer from Syngenta crop protection herbicide brand management, where he was responsible for cereal herbicides. 
 
Howard Jaekle is appointed market manager, home care and consumer, a division of Syngenta Lawn and Garden. Howard has held several previous positions, including sales representative, programs manager and sales training manager. His most recent position was district manager, turf and ornamental.
 
“I’m pleased to announce these important personnel promotions,” said Scott Reasons, head of the North American turf, landscape and consumer business. “Scott, Shawn and Howard have made significant contributions to Syngenta. Their market knowledge, talents and dedication will most certainly enhance our marketing programs and services.”
 
Additionally, Dave Ravel, former key account manager, turf, landscape and consumer, has been appointed head of key account management for turf, landscape and consumer. He will work with a seasoned team of key account managers and rounds out the TLC regional leadership team.
 

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