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News   January 30, 2007   by Auto Service World

Rowden Named New V.P. Engineering at Peterson

Peterson Manufacturing is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Jim Rowden as the company’s new Vice President Engineering. Rowden, a Peterson associate since 1996, moves up to replace Tim Murphy, a prominent industry figure who is retiring after more than 21 years with the company.
Rowden will direct the product and system design as well as DOT compliance for Peterson’s full line of LED and incandescent ground vehicle lighting products.
A graduate of Friends University, Rowden spent 16 years in aero-space engineering with then Allied Signal before co-founding his own company involved in the medical device industry in the early 1990s.
Since joining Peterson as a Project Engineer and later becoming Engineering Manager in 2000, Rowden has been heavily involved with growing the company’s line of LED products.
Rowden’s predecessor, Tim Murphy, will continue to serve Peterson on a consulting basis through 2007, lending his vast industry knowledge and experience to ensure a smooth transition.
“We’re proud of the innovative, top-quality products that Peterson has introduced over the years,” Murphy said.
“I know that Jim Rowden’s leadership and superb staff will keep the company’s engineering efforts on the cutting edge as Peterson moves forward.”
Peterson Manufacturing Company is an innovator in the production of a complete line of vehicle safety lighting, mirrors, reflectors, antennas and related products.

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