Trans Supply Co being sold to Hedgewood

February 2007
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Trade Publication
The article reports on the decision of Claude Johnson, owner of East Saint Louis IL's Trans Supply Co., to retire and sell the firm to Hedgewood International LLC. Starting with Trans Supply as a part-time sales and delivery boy in April 1971, he was promoted six months later to executive vice-president.


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