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Brennan Industries Announces Passing of Former CEO

Officials at Brennan Industries, Solon, Ohio, announce the death of David D. Carr, CEO of Brennan. According to Allison Pulskamp, spokesperson for Brennan Industries, “Mr. Carr had been with Brennan industries almost since its beginning. Starting in 1959 as the second employee, he worked for the company for the past 60 years. He took over leadership of the company in 1973 as President, later transitioning to the role of CEO in 2008.”

She expalained that he remained active in the business by maintaining apresence in the office daily in his later years after company leadership had been taken up by his son David M. Carr. Under the leadership of leadership the elder Carr, Brennan established its current corporate headquarters, opened branches across the US, and developed its first machining capabilities, among many other milestones.”

David D. Carr

David D. Carr

“Mr. Carr was a true gentleman. said Brad Rico, Executive VP. “Besides having fantastic business sense, he really cared about his employees and customers and made everyone feel welcome. That caring attitude has become part of the heart of this business.”

David M. Carr added, “My dad was instrumental in making this business what it is today, and also in making me the man I am today. I owe so much to him. He will be terribly missed. To honor him, we will move forward in his memory, expand on the foundation he built, and strive to be a company that stands for the highest quality and extraordinary service.”

An active and involved member of the community, Carr was an avid supporter of University Hospitals, Cuyahoga Community College, and many other community organizations. The family suggests sending memorial contributions to University Hospitals or Gilmour Academy in lieu of flowers.

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