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Stoneridge, Inc. (NYSE: SRI) announced that Charles A. DiStaulo has joined the Stoneridge management team in the new role of Vice President of Human Resources. Since 2008, DiStaulo has been vice president of human resources at Tarkett North America. Previously, he was director of human resources for the Decorative Products Division of OMNOVA Solutions; group executive director of human resources and communications for Facilities Services Group, a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp.; director of labor and employee relations for East Ohio Gas, a subsidiary of Dominion Resources, Inc.; and director of human resources for Lamson & Sessions Co.
Rockwell Collins (NYSE: COL) announced that Ron Kirchenbauer, senior vice president of Human Resources and corporate officer, will retire at the end of April. Martha May, senior vice president and Chief Human Resources Officer of Bell Helicopter, has been appointed to succeed Kirchenbauer. Prior to joining Bell in 2006, May served in various leadership roles in talent acquisition, compensation, organizational effectiveness, labor and employee relations.
AK Steel (NYSE: AKS) announced that Stephanie S. Bisselberg has been named Vice President, Human Resources. She succeeds Lawrence F. Zizzo, following a 35 year career in the steel industry, including serving the last nine years as AK Steel’s Vice President, Human Resources. Ms. Bisselberg joined AK Steel in 2004 as Assistant Labor Counsel, and advanced to Labor Counsel in 2005. In 2010, she was named Assistant General Counsel, Labor. Prior to joining the company, she was an attorney in the Labor and Employment department of the Cincinnati law firm Taft, Stettinius and Hollister LLP.