Board of Directors

Kenneth W. Krueger , , , Chairman of the Board, Retired Chief Operating Officer of Bucyrus International, Inc.

Kenneth W. Krueger, 58, Chairman of the Board since 2015, is a retired Chief Operating Officer of Bucyrus International, Inc., a global leader in mining equipment manufacturing headquartered in South Milwaukee, WI. Other executive leadership roles previously held by Mr. Krueger include Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for A.O. Smith Corporation and Mr. Krueger also served as the Vice President – Finance and Planning for the Hydraulics, Semiconductor, and Specialty Controls Group of Eaton Corporation.

A member of Manitowoc’s board since 2004, Mr. Krueger also serves as a director of Douglas Dynamics, Inc.

Roy V. Armes , , , Retired Executive Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Cooper Tire and Rubber Co.

Roy V. Armes, 65, is the former Executive Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Cooper Tire and Rubber Co., where he served from 2007 to 2016. Prior to joining Cooper Tire and Rubber, he had an extensive career with Whirlpool Corp., serving in various executive leadership roles in the U.S. and globally.

A member of Manitowoc’s board since 2018, Mr. Armes also serves on the Board of Directors of AGCO Corp. and serves on the Compensation Committee and Succession Planning Committee of AGCO. Mr. Armes previously served on Manitowoc’s Board from 2010 to 2016.

Robert G. Bohn , , , Retired Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Oshkosh Corporation

Robert G. Bohn, 63, is a retired Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Oshkosh Corporation, a leading manufacturer of access equipment, specialty vehicles, and truck bodies for the primary markets of defense, concrete placement, refuse collection, and fire and emergency vehicles, headquartered in Oshkosh, WI. Prior to joining Oshkosh in 1992, Mr. Bohn served in various executive positions with Johnson Controls, Inc.

A member of Manitowoc’s board since 2014, Mr. Bohn also serves as a director of Carlisle Companies Inc., Parker Hannifin Corporation, and Menasha Corporation.

Donald M. Condon, Jr. , , , President, IDSM Distribution Services, Inc.

Donald M. Condon, Jr., 66, is the current President of IDSM Distribution Services, Inc., a family-owned company providing distribution services to suburban Houston, TX. Mr. Condon is the former Senior Vice President, Corporate Business Development, of Westlake Chemical Corporation, located in Houston, TX. Prior to joining Westlake, Mr. Condon also held executive positions with Titan Chemicals Corporation Bhd., Conoco, and E.I. DuPont De Nemours.

A member of Manitowoc’s board since 2010, Mr. Condon also serves as chairman of the Advisory Board of the Nicholas Center for Finance at the University of Wisconsin, as a director of the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance of Houston, and as a National Association of Corporate Directors Board Leadership Fellow.

Anne M. Cooney , , , President, Process Industries and Drives Division, Siemens Industry, Inc.

Anne M. Cooney, 55, is the current President of the Process Industries and Drives Division of Siemens Industry, Inc., a division of Siemens AG, a multinational conglomerate based in Alpharetta, GA, primarily engaged in industrial engineering, electronics, energy, healthcare and infrastructure activities. Since joining Siemens in 2001, Ms. Cooney has also served as Chief Operating Officer for Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics and as President, Drives Technologies Division, Siemens Industry, Inc. Additionally, Ms. Cooney was Vice President of Manufacturing at Aladdin Industries and held key managerial positions with General Electric.

Ms. Cooney is a member of Manitowoc’s board since 2016.

C. David Myers , , , Retired President – Building Efficiency Group, Johnson Controls, Inc.

C. David Myers, 52, is a retired President – Building Efficiency Group of Johnson Controls, Inc., a global diversified technology and industrial company headquartered in Milwaukee, WI. Mr. Myers previously served in several senior executive positions with York International Corporation, including President and Chief Executive Officer, Executive Vice President, and Chief Financial Officer. Prior to joining York, Mr. Myers was a Senior Manager with KPMG LLP.

Mr. Myers was appointed to Manitowoc’s board in 2016 and is Certified Public Accountant.

Barry L. Pennypacker , , , President & Chief Executive Officer, The Manitowoc Company, Inc.

Barry L. Pennypacker, 55, is the current President and Chief Executive Officer, The Manitowoc Company, Inc. Prior to assuming his current responsibilities, Mr. Pennypacker served as Founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Quantum Lean LLC, a privately held manufacturer and supplier of precision components headquartered in Baltimore, MD. Previously, he was President, Chief Executive Officer, and a Director of Gardner Denver, Inc., a manufacturer and marketer of engineered industrial machinery and related parts and services. Prior to joining Gardner Denver, Mr. Pennypacker served in positions of increasing responsibility at Westinghouse Air Brake Technologies, The Stanley Works, and Danaher Corporation.

Mr. Pennypacker is a member of Manitowoc’s board since 2016.

John C. Pfeifer , , , President – Mercury Marine; Vice President – Brunswick Corporation

John C. Pfeifer, 50, is the current President – Mercury Marine and Vice President – Brunswick Corporation, a global designer, manufacturer, and marketer of recreation products including marine engines, boats, fitness and billiards. Mr. Pfeifer previously served as Vice President – Global Operations for Mercury Marine; President – Brunswick Marine EMEA, and President – Brunswick Asia Pacific Group. Prior to his affiliation with Brunswick, Mr. Pfeifer held executive positions of increasing responsibility with ITT Corporation, as well as a series of managerial roles with Milacron Inc.

A member of Manitowoc’s board since 2016, Mr. Pfeifer also serves directorships with National Exchange Bank and Trust, Tohatsu Marine Corporation, the National Marine Manufacturers Association, and Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce.