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Terry McCormack will lead Cardone board

Posted on April 14, 2014
Terry McCormack has been named executive chairman of Cardone's board of directors.

Terry McCormack has been named executive chairman of Cardone's board of directors.

Cardone Industries Inc. announced that Terry McCormack has been appointed executive chairman of the board of directors.  McCormack succeeds Michael Cardone Jr., who will continue as director and owner, and will become chief strategy officer.

McCormack comes to Cardone with over 40 years of experience in the auto aftermarket industry.  Most recently, he retired as president and CEO of Affinia Group Inc.

“We are excited to have Terry as part of our team.  His leadership, experience and values have made a great contribution to our board of directors and our company,” says Michael Cardone Jr. 

“Our family looks forward to working with Terry in his new role as executive chairman as he continues to build the Cardone culture of servant leadership.  He is a great industry leader, professional and friend."

Cardone is a supplier of automotive replacement parts with 6,000 employees across the U.S., Canada and Mexico. For more information, visit www.cardone.com.

Related Topics: Cardone Industries Inc., Michael Cardone Jr., Terry McCormack

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