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In Memoriam: Ford Fleet Zone Manager Brian Grozier

March 09, 2017, by Mike Antich - Also by this author

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Brian Grozier, fleet zone manager for Fleet Service Organization of Ford Motor Co. in the Barnstable/Yarmouth, Mass. area, and who worked for the automaker for almost 33 years, passed away unexpectedly on Feb. 18. He was 58.

Grozier graduated from Curry College in Milton, Mass., where he met his wife, Mary Beth in 1983. Upon graduation, Grozier joined Ford Motor Co., where he worked until his death. During most of his career with Ford, Grozier worked as a fleet zone manager and from 1987 to 1997 also served as a field service engineer.

Family described Grozier as truly loving automobiles and was constantly restoring them and selling them. Grozier was also a regular participant in the Mille Miglia race in Italy.

Grozier is survived by his wife Mary Beth and his son Joshua.

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