Richard J. Kramer, chairman, CEO and president of the company, will retire come 2024.
Knapp, COO of lubricants, will continue to advise the team through year-end.
Joseph Tomarchio Jr., the company’s special advisor–acquisitions, retired on May 1.
Sanders (left) will move into a special advisory role, supporting David Simmons in his new role as president and CEO.
Reminder will remain as CEO until a successor is identified.
Losey joined CRP Automotive in 2008 and played a major role in helping CRP Automotive develop and grow its domestic warehouse distributor business in the U.S.
A self-described car guy, Corton is well-known throughout the restyling market for his sales expertise, extensive product knowledge and passion for vehicle personalization.
Upon Simoncini’s retirement, Ray Scott (right), executive vice president and president of seating, will be appointed president and CEO, as well as a member of Lear’s board of directors.
Donny Seyfer, NASTF board member, will assume duties as interim executive while the not-for-profit organization seeks a new executive. Interested individuals are invited to apply by Sept. 11.
Morales (pictured) is replacing Frank Sklarsky as chief financial officer. Sklarsky announced his retirement effective March 1.