MIDLAND, MI Northwood University will honor 10 automotive aftermarket leaders with its annual Automotive Aftermarket Education Awards on Tuesday, Nov. 4, at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas. The awards will be presented during a luncheon at the annual Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo Show (AAPEX).
Those being honored are:
Rusty Bishop, CEO, Federated Parts Distributors Inc., Staunton, VA;
Chris Chesney, director, Technical Solutions and CARQUEST Technical Institute, Raleigh, NC;
Jim Cozzie, president, Zoom Performance Products, Mooresville, NC;
Jack Martin, president/CEO, Vaca Valley Auto Parts, Fairfield, CA;
Terry McCormack, president/CEO, Affinia Group Inc., Ann Arbor, MI;
Sam Memmolo, host, Two Guys Garage, Douglasville, GA;
Thomas O’Hare, director, GPI and Worldpac, Newark, CA;
Frank Michael Reilly, chairman of the board, president/CEO Randall-Reilly Publishing Co., Tuscaloosa, AL;
David Scheer, president, Inland Truck Parts Company, Overland Park, KS; and
Stephen Sigg, e-business manager, AC Delco, General Motors Service and Parts Operations, Grand Blanc, MI.
Northwood’s Automotive Aftermarket Education Awards recognize leaders for their contributions to the educational process in the automotive aftermarket field. The award was created to ensure that these individuals receive national recognition for their efforts to improve education inside and outside the industry.