GM exec and SAE champion Hancock retires

  • 27-Sep-2011 09:54 EDT
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Dan Hancock (right) accepted the SAE Medal of Honor in 2009 from then SAE President James Smith.

After more than 43 years of service at General Motors, Vice President of Global Strategic Product Alliances Dan Hancock is retiring. A self-confessed "engine guy," Hancock served as Vice President, Global Powertain Engineering; CEO, Fiat-GM Powertrain; and President, Allison Transmission, among many career positions. He has been a strong supporter of SAE International, including service as Chairman of the SAE Foundation Board of Trustees for 10 years. Hancock is an SAE Fellow and recipient of the organization's most prestigious award, the SAE Medal of Honor.

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