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Clearwater Paper Names Johnathan Hunter Interim CFO

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Clearwater Paper Corp. (CLW: Quote), which manufactures and sells pulp-based products, disclosed on Friday that it has elected Johnathan Hunter as its Interim Chief Financial Officer, effective April 13, 2012. Hunter has assumed the duties and responsibilities of CFO from Linda Massman.

Massman, who has been chief financial officer since the company's spin-off from Potlatch Corporation in December 2008, will remain as President and Chief Operating Officer.

Clearwater Paper said it is currently engaged in a search for a permanent financial chief and that Hunter will serve in the interim role, until a permanent CFO is in place. Hunter will continue in his role as Vice President, Corporate Controller and is based at the company's Spokane headquarters.

Hunter served as Corporate Controller of the company from August 2009 to December 2011, and as Vice President, Corporate Controller since December 2011.

The company's stock closed Friday's trading session at $31.03.

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