GENERAL RELEASE AND WAIVER AGREEMENT

 EXHIBIT 10.13

               GENERAL RELEASE AND WAIVER AGREEMENT

     This General Release and Waiver Agreement (Agreement) is entered into
 this 25th day of October, 1997, between Daniel D. King (hereinafter
 defined as King) and Wausau Paper Mills Company, including, but not
 limited to, its present and future divisions, operations, parents,
 subsidiaries, affiliates, predecessors, successors, assigns, employee
 benefit plans, employee benefit plan administrators, employee benefit plan
 sponsors, directors, officers, trustees, agents, employees or
 representatives (collectively defined as Wausau Paper).  The Parties have
 entered into this Agreement to fully and finally settle any differences
 between them that have arisen or might arise from King's employment
 relationship and/or conclusion of that employment relationship, without
 either party incurring further expense.  The Parties have agreed to the
 following terms and conditions:

     1.   It is understood and agreed upon by the Parties that King will
 resign his employment and officer status and all positions with Wausau
 Paper, effective February 15, 1998, and the sole purpose for Wausau Paper
 entering into this Agreement is to confer certain transitional benefits to
 King and to avoid any potential for time-consuming and costly litigation
 in defending Wausau Paper's position that no unlawful acts occurred
 related to King's employment or the conclusion of that employment.  It is
 further understood and agreed that neither the negotiations or signing of
 this Agreement, nor any actions taken in fulfillment of the
 representations contained herein, shall constitute an admission, in any
 fashion, by Wausau Paper that it has acted wrongfully or unlawfully toward
 King or any other person, and the parties recognize that King resigned,
 effective February 15, 1998, for legitimate reasons.  Wausau Paper
 disclaims any liability to, or wrongful or unlawful conduct against King,
 and King disclaims any liability to, or wrongful or unlawful conduct
 against Wausau Paper.

     2.   In consideration for the promises set forth in this Agreement,
 Wausau Paper will provide King with the following:

          A.   King will remain employed as provided in Paragraph 3A with
 Wausau Paper through February 15, 1998.  King shall be paid his current
 annualized base salary of $290,000 on a bi-weekly basis through November
 30, 1997.  Each payment shall be in the amount of $11,153.85 (Eleven
 Thousand One-Hundred Fifty-Three and 85/100th Dollars), less applicable
 taxes and deductions withheld.  Commencing December 1, 1997 and through
 February 15, 1998, King shall be paid an annualized base salary of
 $490,000, and it will be paid bi-weekly.  Each payment shall be paid in
 the amount of $18,846.15 (Eighteen Thousand Eight Hundred Forty-Six and
 15/100th Dollars), less applicable taxes and deductions withheld.  In
 addition, through February 15, 1998, Wausau Paper will continue to provide
 King and his spouse with his current active employee benefit package
 (including 401(k) participation), as it may be amended from time to time
 or any successor plan, and pursuant to the terms of the Plan documents.

 Commencing February 16, 1998, and ending on November 30, 1998 (the
 "Benefit Period"), King shall be paid severance pay in the total amount of
 $395,769.25, and it shall be 

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 paid in equal installments, less applicable taxes and deductions
 withheld, and consistent with Wausau Paper's normal and customary
 payroll practices and periods.  During the Benefit Period,
 Wausau Paper will continue to provide King with health, dental and life
 insurance benefits consistent with the plan(s) he is under at the time of
 his termination and as those plans may be amended from time to time or
 under any successor plan, and pursuant to the terms of the Plan documents.
 Commencing November 30, 1997, Wausau Paper will provide King with
 individual executive level assistance outplacement services with
 Challenger, Gray, & Christman until King secures employment as a senior
 executive.  These payments and benefits shall be made pursuant to
 Subparagraphs 2B, 3C and 3H of this Agreement.  No monies or benefits
 other than those specifically set forth in this Agreement will be paid or
 provided to King.

          B.   King is fully vested in Wausau Paper's qualified retirement
 plan and shall be eligible for a lump sum or payment of benefits beginning
 at age 55 in accordance with the terms of the qualified retirement Plan
 documents.  On or about December 1, 1997, King shall be eligible for a
 lump sum payout of $766,134.38, less applicable taxes and deductions
 withheld, pursuant to the Wausau Paper's Executive Officer Supplemental
 Retirement Plan in accordance with the terms of the Supplemental
 Retirement Plan documents.  This payment and benefit shall be made on or
 after December 1, 1997 but no later than December 15, 1997 and pursuant to
 Subparagraphs 3(C) and 3(H) of this Agreement.  Life, health and dental
 insurance benefit coverage set forth in Subparagraph 2A of this Agreement
 shall cease upon King's obtaining any employment in the capacity of a
 senior executive.

          C.   Wausau Paper agrees that King has the full consent of the
 Option Committee to exercise stock options by delivering other stock of
 Wausau Paper at the purchase price pursuant to the terms of his option
 agreements should he choose to do so.  For purposes of exercising his
 stock options, King shall have until May 15, 1998 in accordance with the
 terms of his options.  King preserves all existing rights to exercise his
 stock options, stock appreciation rights, and dividend equivalent rights
 consistent with the terms of those Plan document(s), except as otherwise
 provided in this Paragraph.

     3.   In consideration for the terms and conditions set forth in this
 Agreement, King and Wausau Paper further agree to the following:

          A.   King agrees that he will resign as a director of Wausau
 Paper as of the effective date of the merger of Mosinee Paper Corporation
 and WPM Holdings, Inc., or, if later, February 15, 1998.  King agrees that
 he will serve as President and Chief Executive Officer of Wausau Paper
 through November 30, 1997 and as Vice Chairman of Wausau Paper through
 February 15, 1998 and will resign his employment and officer status as
 well as any other positions with Wausau Paper, effective February 15,
 1998.  Upon execution of this Agreement, King will sign and tender Exhibit
 A to Wausau Paper.

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          B.   King agrees that his separation from employment with Wausau
 Paper is complete and permanent; that he will not be reemployed by Wausau
 Paper, and that he will not knowingly apply for, or otherwise seek,
 employment with Wausau Paper at any time.

          C.   King understands and agrees that he has twenty-one (21) days
 during which he can decide whether or not to enter into this Agreement and
 during which time he may consult with an attorney regarding all aspects of
 this Agreement, and agrees to the extent he desires, he will and/or has
 availed himself of that right.  Should King sign this Agreement before the
 end of this twenty-one (21) day period, he represents that he has done so
 voluntarily and without influence by Wausau Paper.  King also understands
 that he has seven (7) days following the signing of this Agreement to
 revoke his agreement to its provisions.  Any such revocation must be made
 by delivering a written notice of revocation to Larry A. Baker, Senior
 Vice President of Administration, Wausau Paper, Corporate Headquarters,
 One Clark's Island, P.O. Box 1408, Wausau, WI 54402-1408.  For the
 revocation to be effective, it must be received by Wausau Paper on or
 before the seventh (7th) calendar day after King executes this Agreement.
 Absent any such revocation, at the conclusion of the seven (7) day period,
 this Agreement shall become effective and enforceable, and the
 consideration set forth in Paragraph 2 of this Agreement shall be provided
 to King at the latter of the expiration of the seven (7) day revocation
 period or as otherwise provided herein.

          D.   King specifically warrants and represents that he has not
 filed, nor will he file at any time hereafter, any claims, charges,
 complaints, suits, or other actions against Wausau Paper with any Federal,
 State, or Local agency or court other then claims, charges, complaints,
 suits, or other actions to enforce the terms of this Agreement or which
 accrue after the signing of this Agreement.  King also expressly agrees
 that he will withdraw with prejudice, or request the withdrawal with
 prejudice, and/or dismissal with prejudice, or cause to be dismissed with
 prejudice, any and all claims, charges, complaints, suits, or other
 actions pending against Wausau Paper in any Federal, State, or Local,
 agency or Court to the extent he has the power to do so, other than
 claims, charges, complaints, suits or other actions that survive the
 signing of this Agreement.  King further agrees that should any claims,
 charges, complaints, suits, or other actions have been filed or filed
 hereafter on his behalf covering any of the claims released hereunder by
 any Federal, State, or Local agency, that he will withdraw with prejudice,
 or cause to be withdrawn with prejudice, and/or dismiss with prejudice, or
 request the dismissal with prejudice any such claims, charges, complaints,
 suits, or other actions filed against Wausau Paper to the extent he has
 power to do so.

          E(1).  King agrees that by the signing of this Agreement, and his
 acceptance of the benefits set forth in Paragraph 2 of this Agreement, he
 irrevocably and unconditionally releases forever, with prejudice, Wausau
 Paper from all damages, actions, lawsuits or claims King may have, whether
 based on contract, tort, statute, or common law, arising from his
 employment with Wausau Paper and/or the conclusion of that employment.
 This includes a release of any rights or claims King may have under the
 Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, as amended, which prohibits
 age discrimination in employment; Title VII of the Civil

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 Rights Act of 1964, as amended, which prohibits discrimination in
 employment based upon race, color, religion, national origin or sex; the
 Americans with Disabilities Act; the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act, or
 any other charges, complaints, claims, liabilities, obligations,
 promises, agreements, controversies, damages, actions, suits, rights,
 demands, losses, debts and/or expenses (including attorneys' fees and
 costs actually incurred) of any nature, known or unknown, suspected or
 unsuspected which King may have under any other federal, state or local
 law.  King also acknowledges and agrees that the payments and benefits
 extended to him under the terms of this Agreement are in addition to
 anything of value to which he is already entitled.  This also includes a
 release by King of any other known or unknown claims in contract, tort,
 or common law, including, but not limited to, actions for libel, slander,
 defamation, small claims, or wrongful discharge accruing through the date
 of his signing this Agreement.  THIS MEANS THAT KING IS GIVING UP ANY AND
 ALL RIGHTS HE MAY HAVE TO SUE WAUSAU PAPER RELATED TO, IN ANY WAY, HIS
 EMPLOYMENT WITH WAUSAU PAPER AND/OR THE CONCLUSION OF THAT EMPLOYMENT.
 This waiver does not apply to claims or rights, including but not limited
 to, those under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, that
 may accrue after this Agreement is executed, claims under the Wisconsin
 Workers Compensation Act or claims to enforce the terms of this
 Agreement.  The Parties agree that King retains all existing
 indemnification rights relating to his service as an employee, officer
 and director of Wausau Paper, including any rights or claims he may have
 under applicable insurance policies covering Directors or Officers
 involving a claim by a third party.  Wausau Paper and King have the right
 to enforce this Agreement solely by way of lawsuit filed in either the
 Circuit Court for Marathon County, State of Wisconsin, or the United
 States District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin, pursuant
 to the terms set forth in Paragraph 5 of this Agreement, and the only
 cause of action that will remain will be to enforce the terms of this
 Agreement, any claims accruing after the date of King's signing of this
 Agreement, or any claims arising under the Wisconsin Worker's
 Compensation Act.

          E(2).  The Board of Directors and Officers of Wausau Paper
 warrants and represents that they have no knowledge, at the time of the
 signing of this Agreement, that King has participated or engaged in any
 type of misconduct, malfeasance, violation of Wausau Paper's policies or
 illegal acts.  King warrants and represents to Wausau Paper that he has
 not participated or engaged in any type of misconduct, malfeasance,
 violation of Wausau Paper's policies or illegal acts.  In reliance on
 these warranties and representations by King, Wausau Paper agrees to, by
 the signing of this Agreement and its acceptance of King's resignations,
 representations, covenants, releases, and waivers provided by King
 hereunder, irrevocably and unconditionally releases forever, with
 prejudice, King from all damages, actions, lawsuits or claims Wausau Paper
 may have, whether based on contract, tort, statute, or common law, arising
 from his employment with Wausau Paper and/or the conclusion of that
 employment, or from his service as an Officer and Director of Wausau
 Paper.  This includes, but is not limited to, a release of any rights or
 claims Wausau Paper may have under applicable law, or any other charges,
 complaints, claims, liabilities, obligations, promises, agreements,
 controversies, damages, actions, suits, rights, demands, losses, debts
 and/or expenses (including attorneys' fees and costs actually incurred) of
 any nature, known or unknown, suspected or unsuspected which Wausau Papers
 may have under any federal, state or local law.  This release also
 includes a

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 release by Wausau Paper of any other known or unknown claims in contract,
 tort or common law, including, but not limited to, actions for
 libel, slander, defamation or small claims accruing through the date of
 its signing of this Agreement.  Wausau Paper is giving up any and all
 rights it may have to sue King related to, in any way, his employment with
 Wausau Paper and/or the conclusion of that employment, or his service as
 an Officer or Director of Wausau Paper.  This waiver does not apply to
 claims or rights that accrue after the date Wausau Paper signs this
 Agreement or claims to enforce the terms of this Agreement brought by
 Wausau Paper.

          F.   Wausau Paper agrees that it will not intentionally disparage
 King, and King agrees that he will not intentionally disparage Wausau
 Paper or any of its officers, directors, trustees, agents and/or
 employees, with anyone who is presently doing business with or employed by
 Wausau Paper, or with anyone that could reasonably be expected to do
 business with or be employed by Wausau Paper.

          G.   King agrees to direct all reference checks and business-
 related communications to Larry Baker, Senior Vice President of
 Administration of Wausau Paper, or his successor.  Wausau Paper agrees to
 provide King with an executed original of a mutually acceptable letter of
 reference in the form attached to this Agreement as Exhibit B, and Wausau
 Paper agrees to respond to any reference requests only by providing a
 letter having the contents of Exhibit B.

          H.   King acknowledges and agrees that the severance pay and
 benefits set forth in Paragraph 2 of this Agreement are subject to offset,
 termination, cancellation or recoupment in the event that he takes any
 action or engages in any conduct which a court of competent jurisdiction
 holds to be a violation of subparagraphs 3J and 3K of this Agreement.
 However, King retains his right to contest any such action by Wausau Paper
 consistent with Paragraph 3(E) of this Agreement.  Before Wausau Paper
 takes action to offset, terminate, cancel or recoup any of the severance
 pay or benefits set forth in Paragraph 2 of this Agreement, it will
 provide King with a fourteen (14) day written notice so that the parties
 can attempt to reach a mutually satisfactory solution.  With respect to
 any other alleged violations of this Agreement, Wausau Paper shall be
 limited to recovering only its actual damages suffered, as determined by a
 court of competent jurisdiction, as a result of the violation, as well as
 any other damages or remedy provided in any other paragraph of this
 Agreement or by law.

          I.   KING REPRESENTS AND AGREES THAT PRIOR TO THE EXECUTION OF
 THIS AGREEMENT HE HAS BEEN FULLY ADVISED TO CONSULT WITH AN ATTORNEY TO
 DISCUSS ALL ASPECTS OF THIS AGREEMENT.  KING FURTHER REPRESENTS AND AGREES
 THAT, TO THE EXTENT HE DESIRES, HE HAS AVAILED HIMSELF OF THAT RIGHT.
 KING FURTHER REPRESENTS AND AGREES THAT HE HAS EXECUTED THIS AGREEMENT
 WITH FULL KNOWLEDGE OF THE RIGHTS WAIVED HEREUNDER, AND THAT THIS
 AGREEMENT CONSTITUTES A FULL AND FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ALL MATTERS BETWEEN
 WAUSAU PAPER AND KING, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ATTORNEYS FEES AND
 COSTS, AND

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 THAT NO OTHER MONIES ARE DUE AND OWING TO HIM OTHER THAN THOSE SET FORTH
 IN THIS AGREEMENT.  KING FURTHER REPRESENTS AND AGREES THAT HE
 HAS READ CAREFULLY AND FULLY UNDERSTANDS ALL OF THE PROVISIONS OF THIS
 AGREEMENT AND THAT HE HAS KNOWINGLY AND VOLUNTARILY ENTERED INTO THIS
 AGREEMENT.

          J.   King agrees that he shall not disclose to any person, copy,
 retain, or use for his own benefit or the benefit of any other person, any
 secret or confidential information, formulae, designs, drawings, programs,
 specifications, processes, apparatus, research or other trade secrets
 without prior written consent of Wausau Paper.  King agrees that he shall
 not disclose confidential information about Wausau Paper, its products,
 financial status, or other similar information.  The Parties further agree
 that, unless otherwise required by law, they shall keep confidential the
 settlement of this matter and this Agreement, including its terms, amounts
 and conditions.  The Parties agree that they will not reveal any
 information concerning this Agreement, or information contained therein,
 to anyone except King's spouse, prospective employers, the Officers and
 Directors of Wausau Paper, tax advisors or accountants, legal counsel,
 and/or those individuals at Wausau Paper who would have a need to know for
 purposes of implementing or administering the terms of this Agreement,
 provided that any such recipient agrees to keep the information
 confidential.

          K.   King agrees that during his employment with Wausau Paper
 and:

        (a)(i) Through November 30, 1999, he shall not directly or
               indirectly (so as to order or control the activities that
               King is prohibited from doing directly) be employed or
               render any types of services, whether as an employee,
               officer, agent, representative, consultant, independent
               contractor, or in any other capacity, by or on behalf of any
               persons, entities, their parents, subsidiaries, divisions,
               affiliates, operations or successors, related to the
               manufacture and/or sale of technical specialty paper
               products of the same type produced by the Rhinelander and
               Otis Millis to the following Wausau Paper customers:

               Fasson Roll Division         MACtac
               Brown Bridge                 Technicote, Inc.
               Kanzaki Specialty Paper      Wausau Coated Products

          (ii) Through November 30, 1998, directly or indirectly (so as to
               order or control the activities that King is prohibited from
               doing directly) be employed or render any types of services,
               whether as an employee, officer, agent, representative,
               consultant, independent contractor, or in any other
               capacity, by or on behalf of any persons, entities, their
               parents, subsidiaries, divisions, affiliates, operations or
               successors, related to the

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               manufacture and/or sale of uncoated printing and writing
               paper products to the following Wausau Paper competitors:

               International Paper board, imaging, offset, opaque, text &
                                   cover
               Georgia Pacific     board, imaging, offset, opaque, text &
                                   cover
               Noranda (Fraser)    board, imaging, offset, opaque, test &
                                   cover
               Rolland             board, imaging, offset, opaque
               SAPPI               board, imaging, offset

               Boise Cascade       board, imaging, offset
               Domtar              offset, opaque
               Neenah Paper, a
                 subsidiary of
                 Kimberly Clark    text & cover
               Fox River           text & cover
               Gilbert Paper, a
                 subsidiary of
                 Mead              text & cover
               Crown Vantage       text & cover
               Mohawk              text & cover
               Monadnock           text & cover
               French              text & cover

               Board          -    index, vellum bristol, tag
               Imaging        -    multipurpose colors
               Offset         -    offset colors
               Opaque         -    white opaque

         (iii) Nothing in this Subparagraph shall prevent King from
               working with or for any merchant distributor, whether
               independent or mill-owned, of any customer or competitor
               identified in this Paragraph, subject to the same
               limitations contained in Subparagraph (c) of this Paragraph.

          (b)  Through November 30, 1998, hire, seek to employ or induce
               any employee of Wausau Paper to leave employment with Wausau
               Paper;

          (c)  Through November 30, 1999, request, solicit or advise any of
               the Wausau Paper customers listed in Subparagraph 3K(a)(i)
               or serviced by a merchant distributor, with whom King is
               working with or for, to withdraw, curtail, cease or cancel
               business with Wausau Paper.  Nothing in this Subparagraph 3K
               of this Agreement shall be construed as limiting King's
               right to accept employment with the entities listed in
               Subparagraph 3K(a)(i) of this Agreement, subject to the
               limitations set forth in this Subparagraph 3K(c).

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     For the purposes of this Subparagraph 3K of this Agreement, King
 acknowledges and the Parties agree that the entities listed in
 Subparagraphs 3K(a)(i) and (h) of this Agreement are customers or
 competitors of Wausau Paper.  The Parties agree that the covenant not to
 compete contained in Subparagraph 3K of this Agreement shall be the only
 covenant not to compete governing King, and it is intended to supersede
 any restrictive covenant inconsistent with the foregoing.  The Parties
 further agree that if King becomes employed by a competitor not listed in
 Subparagraph 3(K)(ii) and that unlisted competitor is subsequently
 purchased, acquired, merged or ownership is otherwise transferred to a
 listed competitor, it shall not be a violation of this Agreement for King
 to remain employed in the same capacity he held prior to the transaction;
 however, King is still required to comply with all of his obligations
 under this Agreement.

     4.   The consideration extended by Wausau Paper to King is contingent
 upon his voluntarily and knowingly entering into this Agreement and is
 not, in any manner, indicative of a continuing employment relationship
 with Wausau Paper beyond February 15, 1998.

     5.   The parties agree and understand this Agreement was entered into
 in the State of Wisconsin and that any claims or actions relating to this
 Agreement shall be brought in the State of Wisconsin.  The parties further
 agree that Wisconsin law shall. apply to any dispute arising under this
 Agreement.

     6.   King shall perform such duties as he deems reasonably necessary
 and appropriate to carry out his duties as President and Chief Executive
 Officer and, between December 1, 1997 and February 15, 1998, King will
 assist Wausau Paper in an orderly transition and will not intentionally
 engage in any action that would tend to disrupt or interfere with Wausau
 Paper's business.  Wausau Paper agrees to allow King a reasonable amount
 of time to interview while he still is employed with Wausau Paper.

     7.   Following reasonable notice, and recognizing that King may be
 employed elsewhere after February 15, 1998:

     (i)  King agrees to reasonably cooperate with regard to any matter
          which King may have relevant information as a result of his
          employment with Wausau Paper, and

     (ii) King shall provide such reasonable cooperation from the date of
          execution of this Agreement until termination of salary
          continuation payments under Subparagraph 2A of this Agreement,
          after which time Wausau Paper shall compensate King at the rate
          of $200.00 (Two Hundred and No/100 Dollars) per hour for time
          spent by King in providing his reasonable cooperation upon the
          request of Wausau Paper.

    (iii) Reasonable expenses incurred by King while reasonably
          cooperating with Wausau Papers shall be promptly reimbursed by
          Wausau Paper.

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     8.   Each party will indemnify and hold harmless the other party from
 and against all losses, costs, fees, (including, but not limited to,
 reasonable attorney fees) and damages incurred by each party as a result
 of any breach of this Agreement by the other party, as determined by a
 court of law.

     9.   This Agreement sets forth the entire agreement between the
 Parties as of the date of its execution and fully supersedes any and all
 prior discussions, letters, agreements or understandings between the
 Parties, except the Wausau Paper Mills Company Patent and Secrecy
 Agreement dated June 20, 1983, Wausau Paper Mills Company Employee Conduct
 Agreement dated March 4, 1985, and the Wausau Paper Mills Company
 Corporate Compliance Manual and Code of Conduct, dated December 20, 1993.

     10.  The provisions of this Agreement are severable, and if any part
 of the Agreement is to be found unenforceable, the other Paragraphs of
 this Agreement shall remain valid and fully
 enforceable.

                                 WAUSAU PAPER MILLS COMPANY

 Dated: OCTOBER 28, 1997         By: LARRY A. BAKER
                                     Larry A. Baker
                                     Senior Vice-President, Administration

                  I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THE ABOVE AND
                 KNOWINGLY AND VOLUNTARILY ENTER INTO THIS
                    GENERAL RELEASE AND WAIVER AGREEMENT

                                 DANIEL D. KING

 Dated: OCTOBER 25, 1997         By:  DANIEL D. KING

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                             EXHIBIT A

 [Date]

 Board of Directors
 Wausau Paper Mills Company
 P.0. Box 1408
 Wausau, WI 54402-1408

 Re:  RESIGNATION OF EMPLOYMENT AND ALL POSITIONS

 Dear Board of Directors:

 I hereby resign as a director of Wausau Paper Mills Company as of the
 effective date of the merger of Mosinee Paper Corporation and WPM
 Holdings, Inc., or, if later, February 15, 1998.  Effective as of
 November 30, 1997, I hereby resign as President and Chief Executive
 Officer and effective February 15, 1998, I hereby resign as an officer
 and employee of Wausau Paper Mills Company and any other positions I
 hold with the Company, any of its affiliated entities, and any of their
 employee benefit plans.  Therefore, my employment with Wausau Paper
 Mills Company will terminate, in all respects, on February 15, 1998.

 Very truly yours,

 Daniel D. King 

Basic Info X:

Name: GENERAL RELEASE AND WAIVER AGREEMENT
Type: Waiver
Date: Nov. 3, 1997
Company: WAUSAU PAPER CORP.
State: Wisconsin

Other info:

Date:

  • 25th day of October , 1997
  • February 16 , 1998
  • December 15 , 1997
  • May 15 , 1998
  • November 30 , 1998
  • November 30 , 1999
  • December 1 , 1997
  • June 20 , 1983
  • March 4 , 1985
  • December 20 , 1993
  • OCTOBER 28 , 1997
  • OCTOBER 25 , 1997
  • November 30 , 1997
  • February 15 , 1998

Organization:

  • Eighteen Thousand Eight Hundred Forty-Six
  • Gray , & Christman until King
  • Supplemental Retirement Plan
  • Chief Executive Officer of Wausau Paper
  • Marathon County , State of Wisconsin
  • United States District Court
  • Western District of Wisconsin
  • Board of Directors and Officers of Wausau Paper
  • Director of Wausau Paper
  • Senior Vice President of Administration of Wausau Paper
  • Officers and Directors of Wausau Paper
  • Fasson Roll Division MACtac Brown Bridge Technicote , Inc. Kanzaki Specialty Paper Wausau Coated Products
  • Wausau Paper Mills Company Patent
  • Wausau Paper Mills Company Employee Conduct Agreement
  • Wausau Paper Mills Company Corporate Compliance Manual
  • ] Board of Directors Wausau Paper Mills Company P.0
  • Mosinee Paper Corporation
  • WPM Holdings , Inc.

Location:

  • Island
  • Fox River
  • State of Wisconsin
  • Wausau

Money:

  • $ 290,000
  • $ 11,153.85
  • $ 490,000
  • $ 18,846.15
  • $ 395,769.25
  • $ 766,134.38
  • $ 200.00

Person:

  • Larry Baker
  • B. H. King
  • K. King
  • Rhinelander
  • Otis Millis
  • Rolland
  • Kimberly Clark
  • Gilbert Paper
  • LARRY A. BAKER Larry A. Baker
  • Daniel D. King