Statlistics Founder Sells Stake

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Statlistics' founder, Richard LePoutre, sold his stake in the company Friday to his partners of the past five years, John F. Papalia and Donna J. Buckner.


Papalia has assumed the position of president and CEO, and Buckner has become chief financial officer of the list management and brokerage firm. Both had been vice presidents until the buyout.


The company continues to operate as usual with branch offices in Danbury, CT; Great Neck, NY; and Ventura, CA.


In addition, Deana Steinberg, Dave Hafer and Kim Weide have recently joined the list management staff as account executives.


LePoutre, who founded Statlistics in 1984, will continue to own and operate the list software firm Statware.
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