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Carder to Retire from Napleton After 43 Years in the Auto Industry; Lancaster Joins Napleton

June 21, 2005

OAKBROOK TERRACE, IL – Jack Carder from the Napleton Fleet Group will be retiring in July after 43 years in the automotive industry. Carder began his career with Chrysler Corp. in 1962. In 1966 he began his many years in fleet at University Motors in DeKalb, Ill. Over the next 39 years Carder worked in the fleet departments at Elmhurst Chrysler/Pymouth, Long Chevrolet, Faul Fleet Group, and the Napleton Fleet Group. In other news, The Napleton Fleet Group has announced the addition of Ernie Lancaster to it's staff, replacing Carder. Lancaster brings close to 35 years of fleet experience. His responsibilties will include the drop-ship dealer network and out-of-stock purchases. Ernie had previously been at Emkay, Inc.
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