GM Tonawanda Plant Manger Set To Retire After 41 Years With Automaker9
It will be the end of an era come December 1, 2017. The longtime plant manager of the General Motors Tonawanda Buffalo, New York, plant Steve Finch will retire, local news affiliate WKBW reported.
Finch worked with GM for 41 years and stepped into his leadership role at the Tonawanda facility in 2006. His work began in 1978, however, when he moved to Michigan and held various leadership roles in GM’s manufacturing arm. He’s overseen billions of dollars in investments at the facility, which assembles various V8 and four-cylinder engines for the automaker. Total investments exceed $2.9 billion in the last decade.
GM tapped current Orion, Michigan, assistant plant manager Ram Ramanujam to succeed Finch.
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God Bless You, Steve…You are an icon in Our community ! Best of success in Your future endeavors !
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