CITATION CORP. — Louis Lavorata, 48, to senior vice president and CFO. He replaces Robert Sawyer, who has left the company. Lavorata had been CFO of LD Holdings Inc., a privately held distributor of commercial and industrial petroleum products.

Citation, of suburban Detroit, supplies cast and machined products.

WEBASTO AG — Fred Olson, 61, to interim president and CEO of the company's Webasto Product North America Inc. subsidiary in suburban Detroit. He replaces Mark Wallace, 41, who has left the company (see next item). Olson is a member of the Webasto Product North America board of directors and former president and CEO of Webasto Roof Systems Inc., also of suburban Detroit.

Webasto AG, of Stockdorf, Germany, supplies sunroofs, convertible systems, roof modules and power tonneaus.

DANA HOLDING CORP. — Mark Wallace, 41, to president of operational excellence. He had been president and CEO of Webasto Product North America Inc.

Dana, of Toledo, Ohio, supplies axles; driveshafts; and structural, sealing and thermal management products.

GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER CO. — Darren Wells, 42, to CFO. He replaces Mark Schmitz, 57, who has left the company. Wells had been senior vice president of finance and strategy.

Goodyear, of Akron, Ohio, supplies tires, hoses, belts and molded rubber products.

MPC INC. — Russ Bush, 46, to vice president of sales and marketing. He had been director of key account management for Continental Automotive Systems.

MPC, of Walworth, Wis., supplies molded and extruded thermoplastic components and assemblies.RICARDO INC. — Denise Hansen, 44, to vice president of human resources. She had been group director of human resources for TriMas Corp., of suburban Detroit, a diversified holding company of niche manufacturers.

Ricardo, of suburban Detroit, provides automotive and powertrain engineering consulting. It is a unit of Ricardo PLC, of the United Kingdom.

TENNECO INC. — Michael Charlton, 50, to vice president of global supply chain management and manufacturing. He replaces Alain Michaelis, 42, who is leaving to become president of supply chain and deputy COO of Rolls-Royce PLC. Charlton had been managing director for India.

Tenneco, of Lake Forest, Ill., produces exhaust components and systems, shocks, struts, suspension systems and elastomer products.

VISTEON CORP. — Steve Ward, 45, to director of investor relations. He had been controller for the company's global customer groups.

Visteon, of suburban Detroit, supplies interiors, climate control systems, electronics and lighting.

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