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Auto Truck Group Names 3 Executive Appointments

January 2, 2014

Auto Truck Group, an upfitter specializing in the design, manufacture, and installation of truck equipment, announced three new executive appointments: Pete Dondlinger has been named Vice President of Operations; Brad Blanco has been named Vice President of IT, Finance, and Administration; and Pam Bodzioch has been named HR Manager.


Dondlinger, who was serving as the director of railroad operations prior to this role, will now oversee operations of all Auto Truck's facilities. He will be charged with making sure each facility has a similar operating structure. The general manager at each facility will now report through Dondlinger. He will also oversee engineering, quality, sourcing, and parts and service. 

Blanco will assume responsibility for managing Auto Truck Group's IT, Finance and Administration teams. Prior to his current role, he served as Director of Finance. Blanco has been with Auto Truck Group since August 2012. He has held various IT and Finance positions throughout his career.

Bodzioch, who is new to the company, will be joining Auto Truck Group as the company's HR Manager. She has more than 15 years of human resources generalist experience. Bodzioch has also been serving in the U.S. Navy Reserves since 2001 and is currently an HR Officer for the NINTH Navy Construction Regiment in Fort Worth, Texas. 

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