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Tom Feeney retires from Safelite/Belron

Feeney was responsible for the significant growth of the business and a threefold increase in the number of associates

Columbus, Ohio—Tom Feeney, former president and CEO of Safelite and current Executive Chairman of Belron North America, has announced that he is fully retiring, effective June 30.

In announcing his retirement, Feeney shared that he is looking forward to spending time with his wife, Debra, and family and will continue his commitment to philanthropic service, and his mentorship of young leaders.

“Tom has been an extraordinary leader in Safelite and Belron,” said Gary Lubner, CEO of Belron. “He turned Safelite into a people-powered, customer-driven business with a people-first philosophy that continues today. In addition to his leadership contributions, Tom’s enthusiasm, camaraderie, focus on performance and love for the generations of Safelite associates have made him one of the great U.S. corporate leaders.”

Feeney spent the last 35 years at Safelite. During his 14-year tenure as president and CEO, he was responsible for the significant growth of the business and a threefold increase in the number of associates. He set the company’s vision for Safelite to be the greatest, most trusted and admired service brand.

Renee Cacchillo, who was named Feeney’s successor as president and CEO of Safelite on Dec. 6, 2021, commented that Feeney’s leadership was the catalyst for taking the business to where it is today. “On a personal note, I want to thank Tom for his passionate leadership influence and am very grateful to have personally been inspired by him. I know I speak on behalf of all Safelite associates in congratulating Tom on his milestone achievements over the past several decades and in wishing him all the best the future holds.”

In recognition of his long-term service and contributions to the company, Feeney has been named Chairman Emeritus — Safelite. 

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