Jul. 26, 2013, Manitowoc, WI - The Dramm Corporation is proud to announce a planned succession in family ownership.
Kurt and Marlene Dramm have completed the planned ownership transfer to their son Hans Dramm and daughter Heidi Dramm Becker. "The Dramm Family has been in continuous businesses including meat, flowers and manufacturing since 1853." said Kurt Dramm, "Therefore I am exceptionally pleased and proud that my children Heidi Dramm Becker and Hans Dramm will continue the tradition of a family owned company."
Kurt and Marlene Dramm will remain on the board of directors and Kurt will continue at the company on a daily basis as Chairman Emeritus.
Hans Dramm has been named chief executive officer, but will also continue his responsibilities as Chief Financial Officer and as a member of the board of directors. "It is wonderful to have the stewardship of the Dramm Corporation continue through the succession to the next generation of family members," said Hans Dramm.
Heidi Dramm Becker has been named executive vice president and her responsibilities will center on corporate identity and communications, and she will also continue to serve as a member of the board of directors and as the face of the Dramm brand in all of the marketing and advertising materials. "It is an honor and a privilege to play a role in carrying on our family's history of the Dramm Corporation." said Heidi Dramm Becker, "As the Dramm Corporation moves into the future, we will continue to build on the tradition and values of the past generations."
Lastly, son-in-law Kurt Becker has been named executive vice president, where he will also continue his responsibilities as director of commercial sales and marketing and serve as a member of the board of directors.
For more information, please visit www.dramm.com.
Dramm Corporation announces new family ownership
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