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Tatsuro Toyoda, who led U.S. venture, dies at 88Jan. 15
Former Toyota President Tatsuro Toyoda dies at 88Jan. 6
William Agee, former Bendix CEO, dies at 79Jan. 3
Kenichi Yamamoto, champion of Mazda's rotary engine, dies at 95Dec. 30, 2017
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ObituariesDec. 25, 2017
Obituaries for former Ford Motor Credit Chairman James Ford; Walter Kienle, founder of Walter's Automotive Group; Dave Ressler, a former North Dakota and Montana dealer; Kenny Ross, a former Pennsylvania dealer; and George Thompson III, a co-dealer with his family's Missouri store.
Arjay Miller, famed Whiz Kid and president of Ford, dies at 101Nov. 8, 2017
A longtime confidant of Henry Ford II, Miller helped modernize Ford Motor Co.'s management and financial controls before rising to president in the 1960s. He was the last surviving member of the ten so-called Whiz Kids hired as a group after World War II to transform Ford.
James Crellin, former director of communications at GM, diesNov. 20, 2017
Jay Amestoy, retired head of PR for Mazda, dies after lengthy illnessNov. 17, 2017
Jay Amestoy, who spent more than two decades at the public relations helm at Mazda North America and previously worked in public relations for Volkswagen Group of America, died late Thursday. He was 69.
John Riccardo, Chrysler CEO who helped recruit Iacocca, dies at 91Feb. 14, 2016
John J. Riccardo, the former accountant nicknamed The Flamethrower who rose rapidly to become chairman and CEO of Chrysler and later helped recruit Lee Iacocca to become his successor as the company's fortunes quickly soured in the late 1970s, died on Saturday. He was 91.