CHRYSLER ELECTS GARY VALADE A VICE PRESIDENT
CHRYSLER ELECTS GARY VALADE A VICE PRESIDENT HIGHLAND PARK, Mich., Nov. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Chrysler Corporation's
(NYSE: C) Board of Directors today elected Gary C. Valade a Vice President of the corporation.
He will continue in his current position as Corporate Controller through the end of the year. At that time he will succeed Glenn E. White as Vice President-Personnel, Administration and Development. White is retiring on Dec. 31, 1991, after 38 years of service, 24 of them as a Vice President. Chrysler Chairman Lee A. Iacocca, commenting on White's retirement, said, "Glenn White has had a distinguished career at Chrysler. I will miss him as will everyone at Chrysler. We wish him well in retirement." Valade, in his new position, will report to Thomas G. Denomme, Executive Vice President-Corporate Staffs Group, and will be responsible for the development and effective use of personnel resources, facilities and services. He is also responsible for Chrysler Pentastar Aviation, Inc. Valade joined Chrysler in 1968 as a management trainee in the Corporate Controller's office. He has held a wide range of Finance positions, both at the plant and staff levels. He was elected Corporate Controller in June 1990. He holds a B.S.E.E. and an M.B.A. from Michigan State University. He was born in Detroit Oct. 13, 1942. He lives in Troy, Mich. -0- 10/7/91 /CONTACT: Tom Houston of Chrysler, 313-252-8790/ (C) CO: Chrysler Corporation ST: Michigan IN: AUT SU: PER ML -- DE016 -- 2269 11/07/91 13:37 EST
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|Date:||Nov 7, 1991|
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