Fontaine Modification Makes Engineering Personnel Changes
May 24, 2012
Fontaine Modification, provider of custom truck modification services, has made several personnel changes.
Dan Jaynes has been promoted to vice president of new product development and quality assurance. Jaynes has been with Fontaine Modification for almost three years, serving as director of quality systems and corporate procurement. He previously worked for Daimler Trucks.
Kim Hall had served in many roles in the Dublin Modification Center for more than 10 years prior to her recent promotion to director of training and employee development.
Erik Swanger joined the company as director of innovation. He has 20 years experience in the truck and bus industry and is focused on developing new products at a pace that meets Fontaine's speed-to-market commitments.
Bill O'Shea was promoted to director of fleet services. He has been with Fontaine since 1999, previously serving as director of customer response and sales engineering compliance and warranty assurance. He is currently studying toward an applied science of mechanical engineering degree at Gaston College.
Ivan Barnes was promoted to director of vocational services. He has a mechanical engineering degree from the University of Arizona, where he was also captain of the 2008 NCCA Division I National Championship Swim Team.
Harrison Dearth was recently promoted to production manager at Fontaine's Dublin Modification Center. Previously, he was the national warranty and aftermarket parts manager. He has a mechanical engineering degree from UNC Charlotte.
Jennifer Lee was promoted to Southern Region inventory control manager, based in Garland, Texas. She previously served in both production and quality assurance for the company.