Dave Keselica has been named president of Filtration & Minerals Inc., a Reno-based unit of EaglePicher Inc.
Keselica most recently served as vice president/general manager of Imerys, a mineral additives business, a $250 million business with 1,400 employees.
His background includes experience with Ashland Chemical, Pulp Mill Chemicals and Allied Colloids, Inc.
Keselica holds an masters in business administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University and is a graduate of Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
with a degree in chemical engineering.
Filtration & Minerals mines, processes and markets diatomaceous earth for use as a filtration aid, absorbent, filler and soil amendment.
The unanimous approvals Wednesday came despite state leaders promising to tighten up requirements for Nevada’s tax abatements and incentives for future companies.