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PEOPLE ON THE MOVE: Week of May 4

A look back at personnel changes of the past week.

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Winhere Brake Parts has announced the addition of aftermarket industry veteran Chuck Hise as the new managing director of E-Commerce. Prior to joining Winhere, Hise was the director of E-Commerce for CARDONE Industries. He brings more than 30 years of automotive aftermarket experience to the role.

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HDA Truck Pride has completed the leadership transition of its CEO from Don Reimondo to Tina Hubbard. The transition has been evolving for the past year, with Hubbard assuming the title of president on Jan. 1.

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Workhorse Group, an American technology company focused on providing sustainable and cost-effective electric vehicles to the last mile delivery sector, has appointed Jacqueline (“Jacqui”) Dedo and Pamela Mader to its board of directors. 

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Tammy Tecklenburg, principal of Tecklenburg Advisers, who recently wrapped up her successful tenure as chair of Women in Auto Care, was recently appointed to the Women in Automotive organization. 

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Continental has named Sean Lannoo as the sales technical training supervisor for the company’s VDO, REDI-Sensor, ATE, Autodiagnos and ClearContact aftermarket product lines. Lannoo leads a team of 11 training specialists who provide technical support and education on Continental aftermarket product lines to customer sales personnel and professional technicians throughout the United States and Canada.

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Shiloh Industries has appointed Cloyd Abruzzo, as the company’s interim CEO effective immediately. Abruzzo, the retired CEO of Stoneridge, has served as a member of Shiloh’s board of directors since 2004. Ramzi Hermiz, Shiloh’s CEO since August 2012, has resigned from the company to pursue other professional interests. Hermiz has also resigned from his position on the board.

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Cooper Standard recently announced the appointment of James Zabriskie to VP, global tax and treasurer, effective May 6. Based at the company’s world headquarters in Northville, Michigan, he will report to Jonathan Banas, executive VP and CFO. 

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Raynard Benvenuti will be appointed to the Superior Industries’ board of directors immediately following the company’s 2020 Annual Meeting of Stockholders, but no later than July 10. With the addition of Benvenuti, the board will be comprised of 10 directors, nine of whom are independent. 

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