Frank Hasenfratz, founder and CEO of the auto components producer Linamar Corp., has died. He was 86.
Hasenfratz, who had most cancers, died on Saturday together with his household.
Hasenfratz was born in Hungary in 1935 and immigrated to Canada in 1957.
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In 1966 he based Linamar within the basement of his household dwelling close to Guelph, Ontario.
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At this time the corporate employs a complete of 26,000 individuals in 17 international locations world wide.
Over the course of his profession, Hasenfratz was named Canadian Entrepreneur of the Yr, inducted into the Canadian Manufacturing Corridor of Fame and Canadian Enterprise Corridor of Fame, and appointed to the Order of Canada.
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