Supplier’s President Plans Retirement

A picture of John Stuart, the president of Reyco Granning, standing in his office. Stuart plans to retire in August 2023.

Reyco Granning, a suspension supplier to the RV industry, will be seeking a new president for the first time in eight years.

John Stuart, Reyco Granning’s president since 2015, will retire effective Aug. 11.

The company said Stuart has played a critical role in helping Reyco Granning adapt to significant industry changes, from new ownership to the pandemic and difficult economic times.

Cindy Lawrence, director of human resources, said, “John’s expertise and passion for superior suspension products have positioned Reyco Granning to thrive.”

Stuart began his Reyco Granning career as a project engineer in 1992. Four years later, he left for another company but returned to the supplier in 2014 as vice president of engineering before his promotion to president in 2015.

The company said Stuart served as a champion for establishing new OEM partnerships and acquiring a complimentary product line. In the process, Reyco Granning said he contributed significantly to the culture and resiliency at Reyco Granning.

Said Amanda Crisler, marketing manager, “John has been a mentor to many, and his influence has made an unforgettable impact on numerous people within our organization.”

Stuart and his wife, Elaine, will relocate to Indiana in his retirement to be near family and the couple’s grandchildren.

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