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Weyerhaeuser Names McDade, SVP and General Counsel; Nesser Assumes Additional Duties

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

FEDERAL WAY, Wash., Sept. 11 -- Weyerhaeuser Company today announced that Sandy D. McDade has assumed the role of senior vice president and general counsel effective Sept. 5. McDade previously served as senior vice president, International and Industrial Wood Products. Craig D. Neeser, previously senior vice president, Canada, assumes expanded responsibilities as senior vice president, International and Industrial Wood Products effective Sept. 5. He retains his Canadian responsibilities. McDade began his career at Weyerhaeuser in 1978. During a 20-year career in the Law department, he held numerous positions including corporate secretary and assistant general counsel. He has also served as vice president, Strategic Planning and senior vice president, Canada. McDade has played a critical role in a number of portfolio changes, most recently leading the team that successfully negotiated the combination of the Weyerhaeuser Fine Paper business with Domtar Inc. McDade holds a law degree from Seattle University (formerly the University of Puget Sound). Neeser has extensive international and manufacturing experience extending back to 1978. During his career, Neeser led numerous wood products manufacturing operations for MacMillan Bloedel in Canada and was senior vice president, Solid Wood when Weyerhaeuser acquired MacMillan Bloedel in 1999. He also had responsibilities for all MacMillan Bloedel operations in Japan, Mexico, China, Australia and the European Agency system. At Weyerhaeuser, Neeser served as vice president, British Columbia Coastal Group before assuming the role of senior vice president, Canada. Neeser holds a bachelor of science degree in forestry management from the University of Alberta.




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