Mallon was actively involved in the community as a Boy Scout leader and served on the board of Inter-Lakes Health and the South Lake Champlain Fund. He chaired International Paper's New York Manager's Council and was a member of the Vermont Business Roundtable.
"I have truly enjoyed this community and working with the team at the Ticonderoga mill and look forward to returning to this area in the future," Mallon said. "There is no place like the Adirondacks and my family and I are happy to call this our home."
The Ticonderoga mill, which employs 650 people, produces 800 tons a day of high quality opaque, technical grades and offset paper under the brand names of Accent Opaque, Williamsburg and Hammermill.