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Canady Resigns as COO of Envincio

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Randy Canady, chief operating officer of Envincio, a supplier of post-patent and select branded products for the pest management and animal hygiene markets, has resigned.

| December 6, 2011

CARY, N.C. — Randy Canady, chief operating officer of Envincio, a supplier of post-patent and select branded products for the pest management and animal hygiene markets, has resigned.

In an e-mailed statement, Canady said, “Effective immediately, I have resigned as chief operating officer from Envincio LLC / Prentiss LLC.  Thank you for everyone’s support through the years including this latest venture. “

Canady is 20-year veteran of the specialty chemical industry who has held various management positions at Ciba-Geigy, American Cyanamid, Novartis and BASF, Canady launched the Cary, N.C.-based company in 2010, his second foray as an entrepreneur. (Canady, 41, was co-founder and chief operating officer of Etigra, a North Carolina-based supplier of pesticide products, which was purchased by Nufarm in 2008.)

 

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