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James A. Kilberg net worth and biography

James Kilberg Biography and Net Worth

SVP of Weyerhaeuser
James A. Kilberg has been senior vice president, Real Estate, Energy and Natural Resources, since April 2016. In this position, he oversees the company's real estate development, land asset management, conservation, mitigation banking, recreational lease management, oil and gas, construction materials, heavy minerals, wind and solar. Prior to joining the company, he served as Plum Creek's senior vice president, Real Estate, Energy and Natural Resources, from 2006 to February 2016, and as Plum Creek’s vice president, Land Management, from 2001 to 2006. Prior to joining Plum Creek, Mr. Kilberg held several executive positions in real estate, asset management and development. 

What is James A. Kilberg's salary?

As the SVP of Weyerhaeuser, Mr. Kilberg earned a total compensation package of $3,202,558.00 in 2020. Mr. Kilberg earned a salary of $562,512.00, stock awards of $1,723,554.00, non-equity compensation of $820,000.00, and other compensation of $61,676.00. Learn More on James A. Kilberg's salary.

How do I contact James A. Kilberg?

The corporate mailing address for Mr. Kilberg and other Weyerhaeuser executives is 220 OCCIDENTAL AVENUE SOUTH, SEATTLE WA, 98104. Weyerhaeuser can also be reached via phone at (206) 539-3000 and via email at [email protected] Learn More on James A. Kilberg's contact information.

Has James A. Kilberg been buying or selling shares of Weyerhaeuser?

James A. Kilberg has not been actively trading shares of Weyerhaeuser within the last three months. Learn More on James A. Kilberg's trading history.

Who are Weyerhaeuser's active insiders?

Weyerhaeuser's insider roster includes Adrian Blocker (SVP), Russell Hagen (CFO), James Kilberg (SVP), Nancy Loewe (CFO), Albert Monaco (Director), Keith O'Rear (SVP), and Nicole Piasecki (Director). Learn More on Weyerhaeuser's active insiders.

Are insiders buying or selling shares of Weyerhaeuser?

During the last year, Weyerhaeuser insiders bought shares 1 times. They purchased a total of 3,000 shares worth more than $115,290.00. The most recent insider tranaction occured on June, 7th when Director Albert Monaco bought 3,000 shares worth more than $115,290.00. Insiders at Weyerhaeuser own 0.2% of the company. Learn More about insider trades at Weyerhaeuser.

Information on this page was last updated on 6/7/2022.

James A. Kilberg Insider Trading History at Weyerhaeuser

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James A. Kilberg Buying and Selling Activity at Weyerhaeuser

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Weyerhaeuser Company Overview

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Weyerhaeuser Co. engages in the manufacture, distribution and sale of forest products. It operates through the following business segments: Timberlands, Real Estate, Energy and Natural Resources (Real Estate & ENR), and Wood Products. The Timberlands segment manages private commercial forestland worldwide, engages in growing and harvesting trees for lumber, building, pulp, paper and other wood products. The Real Estate and ENR segment delivers premiums to timber value by identifying and monetizing higher and better use lands and capturing the full value of surface and subsurface assets. The Wood Products segment delivers lumber, structural panels, engineered wood products and complementary building products for residential, multi-family, industrial and light commercial applications. The company was founded by Frederick Weyerhaeuser on January 18, 1900 and is headquartered in Seattle, WA.
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Today's Range

Now: $34.32
Low: $33.35
High: $34.39

50 Day Range

MA: $31.75
Low: $30.30
High: $34.32

2 Week Range

Now: $34.32
Low: $27.36
High: $43.04


5,075,600 shs

Average Volume

4,773,483 shs

Market Capitalization

$25.26 billion

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