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Motorlease Corporation Promotes Pelehach to VP and Member of Board of Directors

January 10, 2008 - Press Release

Farmington, Conn.-based Motorlease Corporation, an independent leasing company, recently announced that Joseph Pelehach has been promoted to vice president and named to the company’s Board of Directors. Previously Northeast Regional Manager for Motorlease, Pelehach handled client accounts and managed the Northeast sales force. In his new role, he will be more involved in strategic planning, operations and marketing, while continuing in his management capacities.“One of the primary qualities that differentiates Motorlease is the level of service and support we provide our clients, and Joe has contributed substantially to our ability to deliver superior customer service since joining the company,” says Jack Leary, president. “Joe’s knowledge of the business and of our clients’ individual needs will make him an asset to our management team and our Board of Directors.”Pelehach has been with Motorlease Corporation for more than 20 years. Prior to Motorlease, he was an accountant with Shawmut Bank in Hartford, Conn. He holds a BA in Economics from The University of Connecticut, Storrs, and resides in Canton, Conn.
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