Weyerhaeuser Co (NYSE:WY) will post fourth quarter 2017 financial results on February 2, before the market opens. The firm will hold a conference call and live webcast on the same day to highlight results.
Earlier in November, Weyerhaeuser reported the appointment of Devin Stockfish as SVP, Timberlands, from January 1, 2018. Stockfish will replace Rhonda Hunter, who has chosen to retire after thirty years with the firm. Doyle R. Simons, the CEO and President, reported that Stockfish is a respected and skilled leader with a proven ability to record results. He has performed a remarkable job driving improvement in their Western Timberlands firm and he know he will bring that perspective and experience to this critical role.
He wants to thank Hunter for her remarkable leadership and for the several contributions she has offered to this firm throughout her career. He has truly enjoyed working with Hunter and they all wish her and her family all the best in her retirement.
Stockfish is VP of Weyerhaeuser’s Western Timberlands operations. Prior to that profile he was SVP, general counsel for the firm. He joined Weyerhaeuser back in 2013. Before that, he was associate general counsel and VP at Univar Inc. where his focus was on mergers and acquisitions, securities law and corporate governance.
Hunter has been Weyerhaeuser’s SVP, Timberlands, since 2014. Prior to that profile, she held several leadership roles in the firm’s Southern Timberlands firm, including VP of the business, region manager for Oklahoma/Arkansas, director of inventory and planning, work systems and environmental manager for Arkansas/Oklahoma, planning and finance manager for Alabama/Mississippi, and exchange and land acquisition manager. Hunter has been associated with Weyerhaeuser since 1987. She earned Bachelor of Science in Accounting from renowned firm Henderson State University. Hunter opted for executive education at Duke University and Harvard Business School.