Management & Operations

Van Fosson to lead Brookville Equipment

Posted on December 12, 2014

Marion H. Van Fosson began his tenure as president of Brookville Equipment Corp. this week and will oversee the Pennsylvania-based manufacturer’s long-term strategy and daily operations across all business units, including mining, tunneling, locomotives and streetcar products.

Van Fosson succeeds Brookville CEO, chairman and interim president Dalph S. McNeil, who held the post for the past two months following the retirement of Larry Conrad. Van Fosson’s experience includes over 25 years of varying levels of leadership roles and a proven portfolio of driving growth for producers of highly engineered equipment with complex manufacturing requirements for midsize to large-size businesses.

He also served in the United States Army for 22 years before retiring in 2001.

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