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PONTIAC, MI - Connie M. Corwin has been named plant manager for the GM Powertrain Fredricksburg, Va., components plant. The announcement was made today by J. Michael Williams, manufacturing manager of GM Powertrain's (GMPT) Casting Operations. Corwin's position is effective October 16, 1999. She replaces Rodney M. Black, who was recently named director of Powertrain Operations at Saturn Corporation. Corwin will report to Joe Choate, plant manager of GMPT's Flint Component Operations. "Connie will make an excellent addition to the GMPT Fredricksburg plant," said Mike Williams. "She has significant GM experience and has served in manufacturing and manufacturing engineering capacities at several GM Powertrain facilities. We welcome her to GM's Fredricksburg facility and to the Fredricksburg community."

Corwin began her GM career as a college cooperative student at Kettering University (formerly GMI) in Flint, Mich. After graduating from Kettering in 1981 with a bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering, she worked in a number of positions at GM's Central Foundry Division in both Defiance, Ohio, and Saginaw, Mich. In the early 1990's, Corwin worked as a superintendent of production in the GM Powertrain Transmission plant in Toledo, Ohio, and then in GMPT's Willow Run facility in Ypsilanti, Mich.


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