Board of Directors

Curtis E. Moll has served as a director of Shiloh since it was formed in 1993 and became chairman of the Board of Directors in 1999. From 1980 through January 2010, Mr. Moll served as the chairman of the board and chief executive officer of MTD Products and served as a director until 2019. He is a director of MTD Holdings and was previously chairman of the board and chief executive officer until 2019. Mr. Moll is president and chairman of the board of Oak Tree Holdings LLC. He formerly served as a director of AGCO Corporation, a manufacturer of agricultural machinery, and The Sherwin-Williams Company, a manufacturer of paint products.

Cloyd J. Abruzzo has served as a director of the company since March 2004. He retired in December 2003 from Stoneridge, Inc., a global designer and manufacturer of specialty electrical components and systems for the automotive and commercial vehicle markets. From May 1993 until his retirement, Mr. Abruzzo was a director and president and chief executive officer of Stoneridge. Mr. Abruzzo joined Stoneridge in 1980 and held several positions prior to becoming president and chief executive officer in May 1993.

Jean Brunol has served as a director of Shiloh since 2013. Mr. Brunol currently serves as director of Ashok Leyland Limited, a publicly traded company that is the second largest commercial vehicle manufacturer in India. He serves as a board member for the audit, technology, investment, and independent director committees and has served in such positions since 2012. Mr. Brunol served as Senior Vice President and Strategy Board Member of Federal-Mogul Corporation from 2005 until 2012. Prior to 2005, he served at Iveco, the commercial vehicle manufacturer of the Fiat Group, as Senior Vice President Product and Business Strategy, International Operations. Prior to this position, he served as Chief Executive Officer of SAFT, a worldwide high technology battery company. Mr. Brunol is a board member of Houghton International, a privately held manufacturer of advanced metalworking fluids, and served as chairman of its compensation committee until 2019. He was also the president of the French Society of Automotive Engineers until 2016.

Michael S. Hanley has served as a director of Shiloh since 2014. He has also served as director of BorgWarner, a leading global supplier of highly engineered automotive systems and components primarily for powertrain applications, since 2016. Mr. Hanley retired from Ernst and Young LLP (“EY”) in 2014 where he served as the global automotive leader from 2003 to 2014. In this role, he was responsible for developing the firm’s automotive industry strategy and initiatives worldwide. As a Certified Public Accountant and during his 37 year career at EY, Mr. Hanley provided assurance and advisory services to many global automotive clients, including vehicle manufacturers, component suppliers, and aftermarket manufacturers.

David J. Hessler has served as a director of the company since it was formed in 1993 and served as secretary until 2016. Mr. Hessler is a senior partner in the law firm of Wegman Hessler, and has worked at the firm or its predecessors since 1968. In addition, he is currently serving as secretary of Oak Tree Holdings, and served as a director of MTD Holdings through 2011 and secretary of MTD Holdings until 2019. He has also served as the secretary of MTD Products from 1977 through January 2003 and as director from 2003 through 2006.

Dieter Kaesgen became a director of Shiloh in 2002, previously serving as a director of the company from 1995 until 1999. Currently, Mr. Kaesgen is a director of Oak Tree Holdings. Prior to his current positions, he was employed with MTD Products, an outdoor power equipment manufacturer and subsidiary of Oak Tree Holdings. Since 1962 he served in various operational capacities including the following: (1) executive vice president and chief operating officer of MTD Products from 1988 to 1996; (2) president of the consumer products group of MTD Products from 1996 until 2001; (3) president and chief operating officer of MTD Products from 2001 until 2005; (4) special assistant to the chairman of the board of MTD Products from 2005 until 2009; and (5) director of MTD Holdings and MTD Products from 2009 until 2019.

Robert J. King Jr. has served as a director of Shiloh since 2005. In 2009, Mr. King was appointed president and chief executive officer of Park View Capital Corp. and Park View Federal Savings Bank and served in that capacity until its sale to FNB Corp. in 2013. Park View Capital Corp. was the public parent of Park View Federal Savings Bank, a Northeast Ohio regional bank. Since the sale, he has served as a senior advisor to FNB Corp., a financial services corporation. From 2006 to 2009, he was senior managing director of FSI Group, Inc., a manager of private equity funds. From January 2006 to October 2006, Mr. King served as managing director of Western Reserve Partners LLC, an investment banking firm. Mr. King retired in 2005 from Fifth Third Bancorp, a diversified financial services company. From 1997 until his retirement, Mr. King was President and Chief Executive Officer of Fifth Third Bank (Northeastern Ohio). Mr. King also served as Regional President of Fifth Third Bank from 2002 until his retirement. From 1990 through 1997, Mr. King served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Fifth Third Bank (Northwestern Ohio). Mr. King is a director of Oak Tree Holdings, MTD Holdings, The Andersons, Inc., and Medical Mutual of Ohio.

Gena C. Lovett has served as a director of the company since August 2019.  Ms. Lovett was most recently employed as vice president of operations, defense, space and security of The Boeing Company from 2015 to 2019. Ms. Lovett previously served as the chief diversity officer of ALCOA, Inc. (“ALCOA”) from 2012 through 2015. She also served as director of manufacturing, forgings of ALCOA from 2007 through 2011. Prior to that, Ms. Lovett was a plant manager at Ford Motor Company, where she was employed in various supervisory and management positions from 1992 to 2007.

Board Committees

Committee Charters

  • Strategic Planning and Technology
  • Nominating and Corporate Governance
  • Compensation
  • Finance
  • Audit