Engineer rises to President post at Eaton

  • 06-Nov-2012 08:59 EST
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Staci Kroon becomes President–Automotive, North America Division, Eaton Corp., on Jan. 1.

A degreed mechanical engineer on Jan. 1 will become President–Automotive, North America Division, Eaton Corp. Staci Kroon currently is Senior Vice President and General Manager of Eaton’s Commercial Vehicle Transmission business and will be based in Marshall, MI. She succeeds Jake Hooks, who will retire March 1. Since joining Eaton in 1996, Kroon has held several business, manufacturing, and plant management positions including General Manager of the Heavy Duty Transmissions business in North America, Director of Business Development, Business Unit Manager, and Manufacturing Operations Manager of Eaton’s automotive business. Kroon earned bachelor's degrees in finance and engineering at the University of Pennsylvania.

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