SIGNIFICANT SIG KEN WAY '61
Kenneth L. Way continued on at Michigan State to receive his MBA in the school's advanced management program. He then joined Boeing Company in Seattle and subsequently served as an officer of the United States Air Force for four years.
In 1966, he began work with American Metal Products, a predecessor company
to Lear Siegler, Inc. Before retirement, he was chairman and CEO of Lear Seating Corporation, a role he took on in 1988. Under Way's leadership, the company the
world's largest manufacturer of automotive Stanley 1. Skinner interior systems- produced more than $4.7 billion in sales in 1995.
Among the boards he sits on are Comerica Bank, the Michigan State University Development Fund and the United Way. He lives with his wife in Bloomfield Hills. They are the parents of three grown children.