In Memoriam: Brennan CEO Passes Away

David D Carr

In Memoriam

David D. Carr, the CEO of Brennan Industries Inc., recently passed away after being with the company for 60 years. He became president of the company in 1973 and transitioned to CEO in 2008. During his years of leadership, the company reached a number of milestones, including establishing its current corporate headquarters and expanding across the US by opening new branches. He remained active in the company even after his son, David M. Carr, took over leadership, and he was also involved in a number of community organizations. Read more about him and his career here.

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