NTMA Mourns Passing of Jim Grosman

The long time advocate of U.S, manufacturing and employee of the association passed away on August 4.

TheĀ hearts of the National Tooling & Machining Association (Cleveland, OH) go out to the family of Jim Grosman, who passed away Monday, August 4.

“Jim’s been an inspiration to all of us because of his passion and love for the NTMA and our industry. His dedication as our advocate for all that we stand for will always be remembered,” noted NTMA president Dave Tilstone.

“When anyone thinks of dedication and relentless support for our members and the NTMA, Jim always comes to mind,” observedĀ current NTMA chairman Ted Toth. “His tireless endeavor to make sure the NTMA and all that it stands for was always known to anyone who met Jim. His memory will remain with all of us and the NTMA for many years to come.”

We all know how proud he was of his work and commitment to the NTMA. As an employee for 22 years, Jim was dedicated to the members, advocacy and United States manufacturing. We will all miss a great human being. Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife Kim and his family at this time.

Arrangements have not yet been communicated by the family. As we are made aware of those details, we will forward them to the NTMA membership.



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