Retirement Archives - Engine Builder Magazine
Goodson Sales Manager Dave Monyham Retiring

David P. Monyhan, Goodson Sales Manager, is set to retire at the start of 2022. Dave has served as Goodson Sales Manager since 1995 but he has been a part of the Automotive Aftermarket for over 40 years. He started out as a counter salesman at an auto parts store in southern California, transitioning to

Cloyes’ Paul Cunningham to Retire After 42 Years

Cloyes Gear’s Vice President of Sales, Paul Cunningham, has announced he will be retiring on October 1, 2017.  Cunningham is a very well-respected and liked aftermarket lifer.

E.R.I. Group’s Rick Miller Announces Retirement

Rick Miller, president and co-founder of the E.R.I. Group (Engine Rebuilders Inc.) in Canada, has announced his retirement after 35 years. He has been named President Emeritus and will remain as a consultant and Chairman of the Board of Directors.

Joe Dease Retires as President of JohnDow Industries

As part of JohnDow Industries’ strategic and long-term transition plan, Joseph Dease, president recently announced his retirement to JDI’s leadership and team. Dease has held his position at the company since 1990.

Tim Vehlewald To Retire from ACL Distribution

Tim Vehlewald, President and CEO of ACL Distribution, Inc., has announced his retirement effective December 31, 2015, according to ACL’s Executive Vice President, Juan Bez. Vehlewald indicated that ACL’s management staff remains intact and the company has significant plans for growth over the next few years.

Tony Stewart Announces His Retirement From Racing

After 17 years competing at NASCAR’s highest level, Tony Stewart has decided his 18th year in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will be his last. The three-time series champion will retire following the 2016 season, whereupon Clint Bowyer will take the wheel of the No. 14 machine in 2017.

A Simple Retirement Plan for the Self-Employed

Of all the retirement plans available to small business owners, the SIMPLE IRA plan (Savings Incentive MatchPLan for Employees) is the easiest to set up and the least expensive to manage. These plans are intended to encourage small business employers to offer retirement coverage to their employees.

Long-Time Automotive Aftermarket Executive John Lorimer Retires

After 44 years, automotive aftermarket and heavy-duty industry executive, John. F. (Jack) Lorimer retired on April 1. Lorimer started his career with Gates Rubber Company in 1970. His career included being Zone Sales Manager at Champion Parts Rebuilders, General Manager at Patton Distributors, Vice President of APS Inc. (Big A Auto Parts), Vice President & General