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Genuine Parts Makes Executive Leadership Changes

The company has named Treg S. Brown as executive vice president, mergers and acquisitions, and James R. Neill executive vice president and chief human resources officer.

Genuine Parts Co. (NYSE: GPC), Atlanta, has named Treg S. Brown executive vice president, mergers and acquisitions, and appointed James R. Neill executive vice president and chief human resources officer.

"We are pleased to have Treg and Jim in these new roles, as they are both talented leaders and key executives of the company. Treg has been instrumental to GPC's domestic and global growth for many years, and Jim has played a vital role in the evolution of our global human resources initiatives, which are ever growing. We applaud them for their impressive careers thus far and look forward to their future contributions to the company," said Paul Donahue, chairman and chief executive officer.

Brown has served as an officer at GPC in several roles, including planning and acquisitions and customer financial services.

James R. Neill is responsible for leading all aspects of the company's human resources organization. As an officer of the company since joining GPC in 2006, Neill has provided leadership in the areas of talent management and employee engagement, corporate compliance, sustainability and safety.

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