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Delphi Steering Names New Finance Director

Delphi Corp. has named David Knill the new finance director for Delphi Steering, headquartered in Saginaw, Mich. In this new assignment, Knill joins the division's executive staff and reports to Robert Remenar, Delphi vice president and president of Delphi Steering.Knill succeeds Doug Gruber, who was recently named business line executive for electrical/electronic distribution systems at Delphi Packard.

TROY, MI — Delphi Corp. has named David Knill the new finance director for Delphi Steering, headquartered in Saginaw, Mich. In this new assignment, Knill joins the division’s executive staff and reports to Robert Remenar, Delphi vice president and president of Delphi Steering.

Knill succeeds Doug Gruber, who was recently named business line executive for electrical/electronic distribution systems at Delphi Packard.

Knill joined the company in 1984, as a cooperative education student from General Motors Institute (now known as Kettering University), assigned to GM of Canada. Beginning in 1989, he served in a variety of assignments in engineering and operations for GM of Canada. In 1997, Knill joined the GM Treasurer’s Staff in New York, where he was a financial analyst in business development and in overseas finance. He then joined the Delphi Treasurer’s Office as manager of corporate finance for Latin America and was later named director of mergers and acquisitions for the corporation. In 2002, he joined the Delphi Packard team as the European finance director.

For more information about Delphi, visit: www.delphi.com .

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