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Stephen K. Carlisle to lead GM Canada

Staff writer |
Oshawa, ON, Canada - November 21, 2014, Oshawa, ON, Canada - Stephen K. Carlisle has been named president and managing director of General Motors of Canada Ltd., succeeding Kevin W. Williams.

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Mr. Carlisle most recently served as the vice president of Global Product Planning and Program Management based in the United States.

Previously, he held positions as vice president, U.S. sales operations, responsible for dealer network, retail sales support and fleet and commercial; as well as president and managing director, GM South East Asia Operations, in addition to leadership positions in Singapore and China.

Mr. Williams has elected to retire from General Motors, effective December 31, 2014. He has led GM Canada since 2010. He will assist in the transition through the end of the year.

Mr. Williams joined GM in 1983, holding progressively more senior roles in manufacturing, supplier quality and development, purchasing and service and parts operations in multiple locations around the globe including Canada, Mexico, Germany, and the United States.

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