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Jebbett to Retire from Cooper Tire & Rubber Company

August 21, 2009

FINDLAY, OHIO - Kathy Jebbett, purchasing card & fleet administrator for Cooper Tire & Rubber Company, will retire Sept. 30. She has worked for Cooper Tire & Rubber Company for 15 years, all of which were in fleet.

One of Jebbett's main accomplishments was successfully integrating two other fleets from companies Cooper Tire & Rubber purchased. At its peak size, Jebbett managed approximately 600 vehicles.  Since then, Cooper Tire & Rubber sold its automotive business, reducing the size of its fleet.

Upon retirement, Jebbett plans to "spend more time with my grandchildren (ages 3 and 5), travel with my husband, make some quilts, and pursue some other interests."

Craig Oliver has assumed responsibilities for management of Cooper Tire & Rubber Co.'s 180-vehicle fleet.


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