Reyco Granning announces retirement of president

Reyco Granning announces retirement of president

The company stated that while they are sad to see him go, they share in his excitement for this next chapter and thank him for his contributions.

Reyco Granning announced that John Stuart, the company’s president, has decided to retire effective August 11, 2023. He joined Reyco Granning in 1992 as a project engineer. In 1996 John departed the Reyco team to pursue another path, however returned in 2014 as vice president of Engineering. He spent the next year working with his team to grow Reyco Granning’s portfolio of suspension solutions, and in 2015 he was promoted to president, according to the recent press release.

During John’s tenure as president, he played a critical role in helping the company adapt to significant changes within the industry as well as navigate new ownership, a global pandemic, and difficult economic challenges. He assisted in establishing new partnerships with OEMs and acquiring a complimentary product line from another company.

The company stated that while they are sad to see him go, they share in his excitement for this next chapter and thank him for his contributions; John and his wife Elaine will relocate to Indiana to be closer to family and grandchildren.

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