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Jan Suwinski retires from Thor Industries board

Christian Fernsby |
Elkhart, In., USA - Thor Industries, a manufacturer of recreational vehicles, announced that Jan Suwinski is retiring and has resigned from the board.

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Mr. Suwinski began his professional career in 1965, serving in a variety of managerial roles at Corning, Incorporated, a global manufacturing company.

From 1990 to 1996, Mr. Suwinski was Executive Vice President of Corning's Opto Electronics group.

From 1992 to 1996, he served as Chairman of Siecor, a Siemens Corning joint venture.

After retiring from Corning, Mr. Suwinski joined the faculty of the Samuel-Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University in July of 1996 where he served as its Clinical Professor of Management and Operations and co-taught the Strategic Operations Immersion course, as well as courses in Business Strategy and Strategic Alliances.

Mr. Suwinski retired from the faculty in June of 2016.

During his career he also served on the Board of Directors of Cray Research, Inc., Armco Steel, Inc. and Ohio Casualty Group, Inc.


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