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Fenton, Don

Don Fenton (circa 1984) when he was VP/fleet sales director at Larry Faul Oldsmobile in Chicago
Don Fenton (circa 1984) when he was VP/fleet sales director at Larry Faul Oldsmobile in Chicago
Don Don Fenton began his fleet sales career at Nickey Chevrolet in Chicago in 1957 as a fleet sales executive. In 1967, he joined Long Chevrolet as director of fleet sales operations. He left Long Chevrolet in 1981 and went to work for Faul Fleet Group in 1982 where he served as president for eight years. In 1990-1991, Fenton worked for Automotive Fleet as an advertising sales executive. In 1991, he joined Al Piemonte National Fleet as vice president of sales and marketing. Fenton was also a founder of the Automotive Fleet & Leasing Association (AFLA) and served as its third president. 

He died Aug. 30, 2003, in a traffic accident. He was 67.

Read AF's interview with Fenton in 1983 when he was with Fauls Olds.

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