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Chemical Services Provider Names John Elmo New CEO; Promotes John Hollenbach
 
John Elmo has been named CEO of Doe & Ingalls of North Carolina, a Durham-based provider of chemical services for biotechnology and microelectronics companies. Elmo co-founded the company in 1986 and was previously executive vice president, with Tom Merrick serving as CEO. Merrick will retire from his position, but remain on the board.

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