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Former Saturn chief joins TI Automotive board

Richard "Skip" LeFauve, former president and chairman of General Motors' Saturn Corp., has joined TI Automotive's board of directors.

TI Automotive of Warren, Mich., is a supplier of fluid storage and fluid delivery systems.

LeFauve led Saturn from 1986 to 1994. He later became GM's group executive in charge of the North American Operations Small Car Group, and senior vice president for global leadership development and global human resources processes. He also served as president of General Motors University.

LeFauve retired from GM in 1999.

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