People (February 01, 2000)

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Grant Brothers Sales’ traditional division has announced the appointment of Brad Chesney as district manager for Northern Alberta, based in the Edmonton area.

The Snap-on/Sun Equipment Division has announced several changes to its sales management team. Cliff Young is now director of training for Snap-on Tools of Canada Ltd. George O. Pitt is national sales manager, Snap-on/Sun Equipment Division. Alex McCarl is national product manager, Snap-on/Sun Equipment Division.

Hendrickson Truck Suspension Systems, of Woodridge, Ill. has put Doug Henson in charge of the aftermarket and elastomers group, John Ruley is product manager for non-drive systems and Beverly Pierce is director, corporate communications. Roxanne Szczypkowski is manager, marketing communications; Keith Gelinas is sales director, truck products; and Dave Overmyer is director of sales for fleets and vehicles.

David Swann joins Trimac Transportation’s chemical division as region manager. He will be responsible for the company’s midwest operations.

Ravens has named W. Patrick Warmington as its new president.

The lubricants division of Sunoco Inc. has appointed the management team of its newly created branded lubricants group. The team includes: Gregory W. Booth, general sales manager; John Freaney, marketing manager-branded passenger car motor oil; Mark Bezek, marketing manager-commercial and industrial lubricants; Susan Tate, marketing and sales support manager; Donald Wiley, marketing and sales administration; Marc Fitzgerald, channel manager; Kevin L. Dickey, channel manager; and Babs DiTomasso, programs implementation manager.

Alcoa Wheel Products International has promoted Frank Pedroncelli to the position of market manager, commercial vehicle wheels.

Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems has named Pierre Abboud vice-president of engineering.

Rollins Leasing Corp. has named David A. Winkelman vice president, Rollins Leasing Co. of Canada. He will be based in Toronto.

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