MIDLAND, Mich. Eighteen independent CARQUEST store owners and managers became the latest graduates of the CARQUEST School of Business. This intensive, four-day education experience was developed through a collaboration between CARQUEST, the University of the Aftermarket and faculty from Northwood University’s Richard DeVos Graduate School of Management.
Graduates of this session were:
Tim Summerlin, Ritchie Auto Parts, Norwood, N.C.
Bob Curtis, Rieth Auto, Mesa, Ariz.
Randy Aldrich, Central Automotive Supply, Centralia, Wash.
Mike Alley, Little Johns Wellington Co., Williamson, W. Va.
Marc Blanc, Schulz Automotive, New Glarus, Wis.
John Caesar, Medina Auto Parts, Medina, Ohio
Dwayne Cole, Cole’s CARQUEST, Munford, Tenn.
Andy Erickson, CARQUEST of Delano, Delano, Minn.
Brad Gough, Wendell Truck & Auto, Wendell, Idaho
Bob Grider, Donnelly Auto Machine Inc., Decatur, Ill.
Carl Hestand, Willcox Auto Parts, Willcox, Ariz.
Frank Kalebich, Jr., Harlem Auto Parts & Paint Supply, Bridgeview, Ill.
Allen Kilburn, North Side Auto Parts Inc., Elkhart, Ind.
Glenn McAdam, Sure-Fire Auto Parts, Lemont, Ill.
Jake Pileggi, C-M Auto Parts, Mukwonago, Wis.
David Thomas, East Coast Auto & Marine, Nags Head, N.C.
Jeff Thomas, Thomas Auto Parts Inc., Alexander, Ala.
Dennis Verhoff, Parts & Co. Selma Inc., Selma, Ala.