International Paper John Dillon ParkJohn Dillon Park
John Dillon Bio
John T. Dillon is the retired chairman and chief executive officer of International Paper (1996–2003). Dillon was born in 1938 in Schroon Lake, New York. He earned an AAS in Pre-professional Forestry from Paul Smith’s College in 1958, a BA from the University of Hartford in 1965 and an MBA from Columbia Business School in 1971. He joined International Paper in 1965 as a sales trainee. He became President and COO in 1995 and Chairman and CEO in 1996. He held these positions until he retired in 2003. Prior to his appointment as Chairman and CEO, Dillon served as President and Chief Operation Officer of International Paper. Dillon also serves as a director on other corporate boards, including: Caterpillar Inc. since 1997, DuPont since 2004, Kellogg Co. and Vertis. He is the Vice Chairman of Evercore Capital Partners. He is also a member of The Business Council. Dillon is a former chairman of The Business Roundtable and American Forest and Paper Association, was a member of the President’s Advisory Council on Trade Policy and Negotiations and served as chairman of the National Council on Economic Education.
It is this connection that brought Paul Smith’s College and International Paper together to build and then manage John Dillon Park
THE PARK IS CLOSED FOR THE SEASON
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International Paper-John Dillon Park
2150 Tupper Road
Long Lake, NY 12847
INTERNATIONAL PAPER-JOHN DILLON PARK | LONG LAKE, NY
International Paper-John Dillon Park is a fully accessible ADA compliant wilderness campground and day use facility located within the Adirondack Park of Northern New York. We offer fully accessible trails, lean-tos and buildings along with an attentive staff to accommodate people of all ages and abilities. In the creation of this setting we have set the standard for accessible facilities by making the beauty and benefit of nature a reality for all.