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Emkay Remarketing VP Retires

December 23, 2013

Jack Rennels
Jack Rennels

Emkay's Jack Rennels, vice president of vehicle remarketing, is retiring after more than 35 years in the fleet industry, the fleet management company announced.

Rennels leaves Emkay with 25 years of service. After joining the company in 1990, he held several leadership roles and was a member of the executive leadership team.

"Jack's dedication over the years has helped Emkay become the company it is today," said Greg Tepas, president and CEO. "During Jack's career at Emkay, the company has grown nearly 15 times its size."

Rennels began his career in 1975 in sales for Mileage Consultants Inc., which was a part of Leaseway Transportation in Cleveland. He also served in roles with Dart & Kraft and GE Capital.

Rennels said he was grateful for his time with Emkay.

"Emkay has provided me with tremendous opportunities to grow personally and professionally," Rennels said. "It has been great to see Emkay grow to be what I consider to be the premier provider in the fleet industry, and I’m proud to have played a part in that."

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  1. 1. Ray Fisher [ December 24, 2013 @ 11:00AM ]

    I will always be grateful for the fine people I met in the fleet business. Both George Kilroy and Jack Rennels are among the truly fine gentlemen I had the pleasure to do business with over the years. Best of luck to them in their retirement. It's well deserved.


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