Henry Juszkiewicz

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Henry Edward Michael Juszkiewicz (born March 3, 1953) is the former chairman and CEO of Gibson Brands, Inc. (formerly, Gibson Guitar Corp.).[1]

Juszkiewicz was born in San Nicolas in Argentina to emigrants from Poland. His father was an officer in the Polish Army and later worked as a photographer in Argentina.[2]

He moved to Rochester, New York with his family at the age of 5. Juszkiewicz went to St. Andrew's Grammar School and Bishop Kearney High School in Rochester. Later he attended General Motors Institute and graduated in 1976 with a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering degree. In 1979, he graduated with an MBA from Harvard.[3][not in citation given][unreliable source?]

Juszkiewicz acquired Gibson in 1986 for $5m USD with Gary A. Zebrowski and David H. Berryman. Juszkiewicz was fired as CEO of Gibson in the summer of 2018 as part of a bailout agreement. The company announced the appointment of James "JC" Curleigh as the new CEO effective November 1, 2018.[4]

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  1. ^ www.gibson.com press release
  2. ^ Die Welt
  3. ^ Google+
  4. ^ Rau, Nate (23 October 2018). "Gibson taps JC Curleigh as CEO to lead iconic guitar company out of bankruptcy". Nashville Tennesean. Retrieved 25 October 2018.

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