Dana’s Sheehan to retire after 35 years

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After more than 35 years of service with Dana, Frank Sheehan has announced his intention to retire from the company, effective April 30. Sheehan joined Dana in 1974 as a sales engineer for Spicer Clutch Division. Over the next decade, he held several positions with increasing responsibility, including national sales manager for the Heavy Truck division and facility manager for the Spicer Systems Center.

In 1986, Sheehan joined the Spicer Transmission Division as general sales and marketing manager. He returned to Heavy Truck in 1992 as vice president of marketing, and in 1995, Sheehan was promoted to vice president of sales and marketing for the group. He was named vice president of sales and marketing of the Heavy Truck Group in 1997, and most recently served as president of International Business for the Heavy Vehicle Group, reporting to Nick Stanage, Heavy Vehicle Products president.

“Frank’s unique combination of product knowledge, international expertise and commitment to customer service has made him an important part of Dana’s success,” Stanage says. “On behalf of the entire organization, I want to thank Frank for his many contributions and extend our best wishes to him and his wife, Dorothy, in their retirement.”