Visteon Corporation

Visteon Announces Addition of Two Members to Board of Directors

    Dearborn, Michigan (ots-PRNewswire) - Visteon Corporation (NYSE:
VC) today announced that its Board of Directors has elected Charles
L. Schaffer and Steven K. Hamp as members of the Board, effective
immediately.  They join Peter J. Pestillo, Visteon's Chairman and
Chief Executive Officer, and William Gray, Robert Teeter and
RobertJenkins on the Board.  The individuals selected were: (Photo: )
    Charles L. Schaffer of Atlanta, Ga.  Prior to his recently
announced retirement, Schaffer was Chief Operating Officer for United
Parcel Service.  Prior to his position as COO, Schaffer had
responsibility for strategic planning, automotive sector, plant
engineering and industrial engineering.  He served on the UPS Board
of Directors and Management Committee since the early 1990s.  Before
joining UPS in 1970, Schaffer served as a combat engineer for the
U.S. Army in Vietnam.  Schaffer has been a member of the Board of
Trustees for Kettering University and is a former Chairman of the
Board of that institution.
    Steven K. Hamp of Ann Arbor, Mich.  Hamp is President of Henry
Ford Museum & Greenfield Village.  He has been with the museum for
more than 20 years, serving in a number of leadership roles including
Director of Educational Programs, Director of Programming, Chairman
of Collections and Chief Curator of Archival and Library Collections.
His many accomplishments at the museum include the largest capital
campaign in its history, restoration and expansion of the physical
plant, launching the Henry Ford Academy (a public high school), and
introducing an IMAX(R) theatre to the museum's campus.  Prior to
joining Henry Ford, Hamp worked at several museums including the
Smithsonian Institute, the University of Michigan Museum of Art and
the Indiana University Museum of History, Folklore and Anthropology.
    In addition to serving on Visteon's Board, Hamp also serves on the
boards of the Henry Ford Academy, the Michigan Travel Commission, and
The Detroit Economic Growth Corporation and the Detroit Metro
Convention and Visitors Bureau.  He has a distinguished record of
public service, including chairing a new eight-county Greenways
environmental initiative in Metro Detroit.  In 1999, Hamp was
recognized as Michiganian of the Year.  And in 2000, Hamp was honored
as the first recipient of the Helen and Bill Milliken Distinguished
Service Award from the Michigan Environmental Council.
    "These two individuals are an invaluable addition to Visteon's
Board of Directors, not only because they bring with them diverse
backgrounds, but because they understand Visteon's global perspective
and its need for continued growth and success within the automotive
industry," Pestillo said. Visteon Corporation is a leading
full-service supplier that delivers consumer-driven technology
solutions to automotive manufacturers worldwide and through multiple
channels within the global automotive aftermarket.  Visteon has a
global delivery system of more than 130 technical, manufacturing,
sales, and service facilities located in 23 countries.  It has 81,000
employees working in three business segments: Dynamics and Energy
Conversion; Comfort, Communication and Safety; and Glass.
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