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TriMas Appoints Three New Board Members

TriMas Corp. -- a company comprised of high-end, specialty niche manufacturing businesses -- has named three new board directors.Marshall Cohen, Arthur Huge and Eugene Miller have been named to the company's board of directors, effective with the start of the company's 2005 fiscal year in January.

BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MI — TriMas Corp. — a company comprised of high-end, specialty niche manufacturing businesses — has named three new board directors.

Marshall Cohen, Arthur Huge and Eugene Miller have been named to the company’s board of directors, effective with the start of the company’s 2005 fiscal year in January.

Marshall Cohen is currently counsel to the law firm of Cassels Brock & Blackwell in Toronto, Canada, and the former CEO of the Toronto-based Molson Companies Ltd., where he retired in 1996. He also served with the Government of Canada for 15 years, including appointments as deputy minister in the departments of finance, energy, mines and resources, and industry, trade and commerce.

Arthur Huge is the vice president and CFO of Wisconsin-based Menasha Corp., a worldwide manufacturer of corrugated and plastic packaging containers. Prior to this position, he was executive vice president and CFO at Walter Industries, Inc., a New York Stock Exchange diversified holding company in Tampa, Fla.

Eugene Miller has had a distinguished career in banking, which included serving as chairman, president and CEO of Comerica Inc. and chairman and CEO of Comerica Bank — one of the nation’s largest and most profitable banking companies and a member of the Fortune 500. He is also a director of DTE Energy and Handleman Co., and has served the business community as vice president of the Federal Advisory Council of the Federal Reserve System Board of Governors, chairman of the Association of Bank Holding companies, and chairman of the Detroit Economic Club.

For more information about Trimas, visit: www.trimascorp.com.

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