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automobile manufacturing executive

Tsuneo Ohinouye, Japanese, American Automobile manufacturing executive. United Nations fellow Cranfield Institute Technology. Member Bloomington Chamber of Commerce (board directors since 1993).

Background

Ohinouye, Tsuneo was born on March 13, 1932 in Tokyo. Came to the United States, 1977. Son of Tatsuo and Haru (Ito) Ohinouye.

Education

Bachelor Mechanical Engineering, Kyoto (Japan) University, 1954. Master Automobile Engineering, Cranfield Institute of Technology, Bedford, England, 1964.

Career

Manager engine design, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Kyoto, 1955-1977;president, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation Superior vena cava syndrome, Southfield, Michigan, 1977-1980;chief coordinator vehicle development passenger car center, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, Okazaki, Japan, 1980-1985;corporation chief engineer export product planning, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation, Tokyo, 1985-1987;president, Mitsubishi Motors American, Southfield, 1987-1991;president, Chief Executive Officer, Diamond-Star Motors (subsidiary Mitsubishi Motors Corporation), Normal, Illinois, 1991-1995;chairman, Chief Executive Officer, Mitsubishi Motor Manufacturing of America, Inc., Normal, 1995-1997;executive advisor, Mitsubishi Motor Manufacturing of America, Inc., Mitsubishi Motor Sales A, Cypress, California, since 1997.

Membership

Member Bloomington Chamber of Commerce (board directors since 1993).

Connections

Married Tomie Murate, October 23, 1958. Children: Mariko Itoh, Yuko Higashi.

father:
Tatsuo Ohinouye

mother:
Haru (Ito) Ohinouye

spouse:
Tomie Murate

child:
Mariko Itoh Ohinouye

child:
Yuko Higashi Ohinouye