Visteon Elects Marla C. Gottschalk To Board Of Directors

Visteon Corporation announced March 12th that its Board of Directors has elected Marla C. Gottschalk to the Board. The Board also appointed Ms.

Gottschalk to its Audit Committee.

Ms. Gottschalk is senior vice president, financial planning and investor relations for Kraft Foods Inc., the largest packaged foods company in North America. She is responsible for global financial planning, investor support and communication, as well as providing analytical support for Kraft's Board of Directors.

"We're delighted to have Marla join the Board," Peter J. Pestillo, Visteon's Chairman and Chief Executive Officer said. "She brings an impressive range of talents and leadership that will contribute to improving Visteon's performance and customer orientation."

Gottschalk joins Pestillo, William Gray, Steven Hamp, Robert Jenkins, Mike Johnston, Karl Krapek, Charles Schaffer, Thomas Stallkamp and Robert Teeter on Visteon's Board of Directors.

600450 Visteon Elects Marla C. Gottschalk To Board Of Directors
Date: 26 March 2003
Source: Glass Digest Magazine

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