Hadley Names New President

June 10, 2015

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Thomas Bronz
Thomas Bronz

Hadley has appointed Thomas Bronz president and CEO following the retirement of Robert Dubsky.

Bronz has more than 25 years of experience in manufacturing, most recently serving as president of Tramec Sloan, a supplier to heavy-duty truck and trailer OEMs and the aftermarket. Prior to working at Tramec Sloan, Bronz held roles with global suppliers including Brunswick and Haldex.

Bronz earned an MBA in marketing and finance from Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management and a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering from Michigan Technological University.

“Tom’s industry knowledge, management skills and leadership abilities will be of tremendous value to Hadley in the coming years,” said Dubsky.

Dubsky has been with Hadley since 1994, when he was hired as vice president of sales and marketing. Under his leadership, annual revenue grew seven-fold. Product lines expanded to include mirror systems, electronic height control systems, and interior systems for transit vehicles, motorcoach buses and light rail.

Dubsky will remain involved with Hadley in an active president emeritus role with defined responsibilities, providing support to strengthen Hadley’s customer relationships on the West Coast, Europe, and in the aftermarket distribution channel.

“Bob’s accomplishments with Hadley go well beyond revenue numbers,” said John Humphrey, chairman and a principal of Humphrey Companies, parent company of Hadley.  “He fostered the pioneering spirit and talents of our teams.”

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