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Bob Dolder Retires From Sunnen, Honored By PERA
October 9, 2019
Dolder recently received a plaque from PERA President Matt McGraw for his contributions to PERA’s Program Planning Committee and his service to the engine remanufacturing industry. The automotive industry veteran first joined Sunnen in 1998.
Bob Dolder Retires From Sunnen, Honored By PERA

The automotive sales and application manager for Sunnen Products Company, Bob Dolder, has retired from his position after more than 22 years with the honing experts, according to published reports.

Dolder, who began his automotive career nearly 50 years ago, was also recently honored during the Production Engine Remanufacturers Association’s (PERA) Annual Convention in San Diego, California. He received a plaque from PERA President Matt McGraw for his contributions to PERA’s Program Planning Committee and his service to the engine remanufacturing industry.

Dolder first ran an automotive machine shop in Columbus, Ohio, in 1971, later moving to the position of vice president and general manager of an automotive parts store.

Later, Dolder served in the sales department for Kwik-Way Manufacturing before teaching and running the machine shop program at Macomb College in Warren, Michigan.

He then joined Sunnen in 1998 as the automotive sales and application manager for the company. There, he was honored as a top salesman with the Joe Sunnen Award.

For more information, visit sunnen.com.

Photo courtesy of PERA