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Dana president and CEO Roger Wood to retire

Staff writer | Maumee, Oh., USA | January 16, 2015
Roger WoodJanuary 16, 2015, Maumee, Oh., USA - Dana Holding Corporation announced that president and chief executive officer Roger J. Wood has informed the board of directors that he plans to retire in April 2016.
Mr. Wood joined Dana in April 2011. Mr. Wood began his career with BorgWarner in 1985 in manufacturing engineering at Morse TEC. After a series of appointments through 1995, he was named vice president of operations for both the Morse TEC Engine Components operations and Transmission Components operations.

In 1999, he assumed the position of vice president of Business Development for BorgWarner’s TorqTransfer Systems, and in 2001, he was appointed president of Morse TEC.

Mr. Wood was named president of BorgWarner Turbo & Emissions Systems with responsibility for their global operations headquartered in Kircheimbolanden, Germany, and additional operations located in the U.S., U.K., Hungary, Brazil, Japan, China, Korea, and India in 2005. He was named executive vice president in 2009, and group president and general manager for the Engine Group in 2010.

Mr. Wood holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering technology from State University College in Buffalo, N.Y., and an MBA from Syracuse University.

In addition to being a member of both Dana and Brunswick Corporation’s boards of directors, he also is a member of the board for the Business Leaders for Michigan, board of trustees for Manufacturer’s Alliance/MAPI, and CEO Council for Original Equipment Suppliers Association (OESA). He is also a member of the Ohio Business Roundtable.