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In Years Past

April 29, 2014
Post-Journal

-In 1989, a former employee of Cummins Engine Co. had rejoined the company as manager of its Jamestown Engine Plant. James D. Kelly succeeded Joseph Peganoff, who accepted a position in Ann Arbor, Michigan, as vice president of the Midwestern Division of Wyman-Gordon Co. Kelly's appointment was announced by F. Joseph Loughrey, Cummins Vice President of heavy-duty engines. Kelly returned to Cummins from Dahlstrom Manufacturing Co. of Jamestown, where he was general manager for structures and enclosures.

 
 
 

 

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