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Potlatch Corp. (PCH: Quote) announced that it has named Eric Cremers executive vice president or EVP and chief financial officer or CFO, effective March 1, 2012.

In addition to his current role as chief financial officer, Cremers will assume responsibility for management of the company's timberlands in Idaho as well as responsibilities for harvest scheduling, science and technology support company-wide, the company stated.

These organizational changes are being implemented in advance of Brent Stinnett's planned retirement at year-end as the vice president, resource management.

Commenting on Cremers, Potlatch said he joined Potlatch in 2007 as vice president finance and chief financial officer after working for Albertsons as senior vice president, corporate strategy and business development. Prior to that, Cremers was managing director, investment banking for Piper Jaffray.

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