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Lear Corporation (LEA)

3/27/2006 Proxy Information

Kelli Duty, a Human Resources Specialist at LearÕs corporate offices in Europe, is the daughter-in-law of Robert Rossiter, LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In 2005, Ms. Duty was paid $182,542, which included a bonus of $2,004 and payments relating to an international assignment of $133,324.

Noelle Gill, a Human Resources Manager in LearÕs Electrical Systems Division, is the daughter of Roy Parrott, a Director of Lear. In 2005, Ms. Gill was paid $126,866, which included a bonus of $9,379 and payments relating to an international assignment of $11,309. Ms. Gill also received 120 restricted stock units and 360 stock appreciation rights in 2005.

Spencer Gill, a former Director of Business Practices at LearÕs GM Division, is the son-in-law of Roy Parrott, a Director of Lear. In 2005, Mr. Gill was paid $322,152, which included a bonus of $25,822 and payments relating to an international assignment of $167,550. Mr. Gill resigned his position with Lear in November 2005.

Terrence Kittleson, a brother-in-law of LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Robert Rossiter, is employed by Trammell Crow Company as an Executive Vice President. Trammell Crow provides Lear with real estate brokerage as well as property and project management services. In 2005, Lear paid $4,269,745 to Trammell Crow for these services. Lear has engaged Trammell Crow in the ordinary course of its business and in accordance with its normal procedures for engaging service providers of these types of services.

Scott Ratsos, a Vice President of Engineering at LearÕs GM Division, is a son-in-law of Robert Rossiter, LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In 2005, Mr. Ratsos was paid $195,330, which included a bonus of $35,818. Mr. Ratsos also received 520 restricted stock units and 2,340 stock appreciation rights in 2005.

Brian Rossiter, a brother of LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Robert Rossiter, owns an entity that has represented Center Manufacturing in the sale of automotive products to Lear. In 2005, Lear paid $20,277,005 for tooling, steel stampings and assemblies that it purchased from Center Manufacturing. The entity owned by Brian Rossiter received a commission with respect to a portion of these sales at customary rates. Brian Rossiter is also an owner of Creative Seating Innovations, Inc. In 2005, Lear paid $1,873,630 to Creative Seating Innovations for prototype tooling and parts. Lear made its purchases from Center Manufacturing and Creative Seating Innovations in the ordinary course of its business and in accordance with its normal sourcing procedures for these types of products.

Brian T. Rossiter, a Program Manager at one of LearÕs European offices, is the son of Robert Rossiter, LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In 2005, Brian T. Rossiter was paid $241,901, which included a bonus of $8,311 and payments relating to an international assignment of $144,169. Brian T. Rossiter also received 90 restricted stock units and 270 stock appreciation rights in 2005.

Jayme Rossiter, a sister-in-law of Robert Rossiter, LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, has an ownership interest in Elite Support Management Group, LLC. In 2005, Lear paid $358,728 to Elite Support for the provision of information technology temporary support personnel. Lear engaged Elite Support to provide these services in the ordinary course of its business and in accordance with its normal procedures for engaging service providers of these types of services.

Terrence Rossiter, a brother of LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Robert Rossiter, has been employed as a computer equipment salesperson by Sequoia Services Group (ŌSequoiaĶ), a subsidiary of Analysts International, since 1994. Sequoia has provided equipment and contract services to Lear since 1991. In 2005, Lear paid $727,507 to Sequoia for the purchase of computer equipment and the license or purchase of software and $6,306,684 for computer-related services. Terrence Rossiter was not involved in the provision of computer-related services to Lear. Lear purchased this equipment and software and these services in the ordinary course of its business and in accordance with its normal sourcing procedures for equipment, software and services of these types.

Richard Snyder, a Financial Manager at one of LearÕs division offices, is a brother-in-law of Robert Rossiter, LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In 2005, Mr. Snyder was paid $119,702, which included a bonus of $14,459.

Michael Spalding, a Senior Account Manager at LearÕs DaimlerChrysler Division, is the brother of David Spalding, a Director of Lear. In 2005, Michael Spalding was paid $99,442, which included a bonus of $9,048.

Scott Vandenberghe, a Program Manager at LearÕs GM Division, is the son of James Vandenberghe, a Director and the Vice Chairman of Lear. In 2005, Scott Vandenberghe was paid $67,155, which included a bonus of $2,689.

Patrick VandenBoom, an Information Technology Director for Lear, is the brother-in-law of James Vandenberghe. In 2005, Mr. VandenBoom was paid $187,350, which included a bonus of $35,796. Mr. VandenBoom also received 300 restricted stock units and 900 stock appreciation rights in 2005.

John Youvon, a Sales Manager in LearÕs Ford Division office, is the brother-in-law of Paul Joseph Zimmer, LearÕs Senior Vice President and President, Global Seating Systems Product Group. In 2005, Mr. Youvon was paid $117,137, which included a bonus of $15,286.

William Zimmer, the brother of Paul Joseph Zimmer, is a Sales Manager in LearÕs Interior Systems Division. In 2005, William Zimmer was paid $93,849.

3/24/2005 Proxy Information

Kenneth L. Way, who was a director until May 2004, retired as our Chairman in December 2002 and his retirement arrangement is described in ŌExecutive Compensation Ņ Other Compensation ArrangementsĶ beginning on page 22.

Steven DelGrosso, a Quality Engineer at one of LearÕs division offices, is the brother of Douglas DelGrosso, LearÕs President and Chief Operating Officer Ņ Americas. In 2004, Steven DelGrosso was paid $65,512, which included a bonus of $2,758.

Noelle Gill, a Human Resources Staff Manager at LearÕs corporate offices in Europe, is the daughter of Roy Parrott, a Director of Lear. In 2004, Ms. Gill was paid $120,941, which included a bonus of $11,603 and payments relating to an international assignment of $13,716. Ms. Gill also received 150 restricted stock units in 2004.

Spencer Gill, a Director of Global Business Practices at LearÕs corporate offices in Europe, is the son-in-law of Roy Parrott, a Director of Lear. In 2004, Mr. Gill was paid $170,935, which included a bonus of $20,234 and payments relating to an international assignment of $23,235. Mr. Gill also received 100 restricted stock units in 2004.

P. Scott Holman, a Sales Director in LearÕs Ford Division, is a son-in-law of Kenneth L. Way, a former Director of Lear. In 2004, Mr. Holman was paid $184,322, which included a bonus of $32,285. Mr. Holman also received 200 restricted stock units in 2004.

Terrence Kittleson, a brother-in-law of LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Robert Rossiter, is employed by Trammell Crow Company as an Executive Vice President. Trammell Crow provides Lear with real estate brokerage as well as property and project management services. In 2004, Lear paid $3,515,337 to Trammell Crow for these services. Lear has engaged Trammell Crow in the ordinary course of its business and in accordance with its normal procedures for engaging service providers of these types of services.

Scott Ratsos, a Vice President of Engineering at LearÕs GM Division, is a son-in-law of Robert Rossiter, LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In 2004, Mr. Ratsos was paid $169,022, which included a bonus of $29,821 and $22,000 of compensation deferred by Mr. Ratsos under our Management Stock Purchase Plan. Mr. Ratsos also received 750 restricted stock units in 2004.

Sara Ratsos, a former Senior Account Manager at LearÕs GM Division, is the daughter of Robert Rossiter, LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In 2004, Ms. Ratsos was paid $87,522, which included a bonus of $9,041. Ms. Ratsos also received 100 restricted stock units in 2004. Ms. Ratsos left the Company in January 2005.

Brian Rossiter, a brother of LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Robert Rossiter, owns an entity that has represented Center Manufacturing in the sale of automotive products to Lear. In 2004, Lear paid $17,212,077 for tooling, steel stampings and assemblies that it purchased from Center Manufacturing. The entity owned by Brian Rossiter received a commission with respect to a portion of these sales at customary rates. Brian Rossiter is also an owner of Creative Seating Innovations, Inc. In 2004, Lear paid $1,337,743 to Creative Seating Innovations for prototype tooling and parts. Lear made its purchases from Center Manufacturing and Creative Seating Innovations in the ordinary course of its business and in accordance with its normal sourcing procedures for these types of products.

Brian T. Rossiter, a Program Manager at one of LearÕs European offices, is the son of Robert Rossiter, LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In 2004, Brian T. Rossiter was paid $144,677, which included a bonus of $9,523 and payments relating to an international assignment of $49,777. Brian T. Rossiter also received 150 restricted stock units in 2004.

Jayme Rossiter, a sister-in-law of Robert Rossiter, LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, has an ownership interest in Elite Support Management Group, LLC. In 2004, Lear paid $448,559 to Elite Support for the provision of information technology temporary support personnel. Lear engaged Elite Support to provide these services in the ordinary course of its business and in accordance with its normal procedures for engaging service providers of these types of services.

Terrence Rossiter, a brother of LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Robert Rossiter, has been employed as a computer equipment salesperson by Sequoia Services Group (ŌSequoiaĶ), a subsidiary of Analysts International, since 1994. Sequoia has provided equipment and contract services to Lear since 1991. In 2004, Lear paid $617,480 to Sequoia for the purchase of computer equipment and the license or purchase of software and $6,658,132 for computer-related services. In 2003, Lear paid $964,263 to Sequoia for the purchase of computer equipment and the license or purchase of software and $6,789,151 for computer-related services. Terrence Rossiter was not involved in the provision of computer-related services to Lear. Lear purchased this equipment and software and these services in the ordinary course of its business and in accordance with its normal sourcing procedures for equipment, software and services of these types.

Richard Snyder, a Financial Manager at one of LearÕs division offices, is a brother-in-law of Robert Rossiter, LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In 2004, Mr. Snyder was paid $163,893, which included a bonus of $16,033 and $44,885 from the exercise of stock options.

Robert Snyder, a former Commodity Manager at LearÕs headquarters, was a brother-in-law of Robert Rossiter, LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In 2004, Mr. Snyder was paid $221,839, which included a bonus of $20,470 and $105,446 from the exercise of stock options, the disposition of restricted stock units and the payment of benefits as a result of Mr. SnyderÕs death.

Michael Spalding, a Senior Account Manager at LearÕs DaimlerChrysler Division, is the brother of David Spalding, a Director of Lear. In 2004, Michael Spalding was paid $106,586, which included total bonuses of $17,368.

Patrick VandenBoom, an Information Technology Director for Lear, is the brother-in-law of James Vandenberghe, a Director and the Vice Chairman of Lear. In 2004, Mr. VandenBoom was paid $215,615, which included a bonus of $33,848 and $32,944 from the exercise of stock options. Mr. VandenBoom also received 500 restricted stock units in 2004.

David Way, a Sales Director in LearÕs DaimlerChrysler Division, is the son of Kenneth L. Way, a former Director of Lear. In 2004, David Way was paid $95,875. He also received 300 restricted stock units in 2004.

4/2/2004 Proxy Information

Joseph Carron, a Senior Account Manager at LearÕs GM Division, is the brother of Randall Carron, LearÕs former Senior Vice President-Asian OEM Division. In 2003, Joseph Carron was paid $120,216, which included total bonuses of $14,056.

Steven DelGrosso, a Quality Engineer at one of LearÕs plants, is the brother of Douglas DelGrosso, LearÕs President and Chief Operating Officer-Europe, Asia & Africa. In 2003, Steven DelGrosso was paid $66,829.

Noelle Gill, a Human Resources Staff Manager at one of LearÕs division offices, is the daughter of Roy Parrott, a Director of Lear. In 2003, Ms. Gill was paid $92,730, which included a bonus of $8,997. Ms. Gill also received 151 restricted stock units in 2003.

Spencer Gill, a Platform Manager in LearÕs Program Management Group, is the son-in-law of Roy Parrott, a Director of Lear. In 2003, Mr. Gill was paid $135,283, which included a bonus of $18,678. Mr. Gill also received 103 restricted stock units in 2003.

P. Scott Holman, a Sales Director in LearÕs Ford Division, is a son-in-law of Kenneth L. Way, a Director of Lear. In 2003, Mr. Holman was paid $151,452, which included a bonus of $9,819. Mr. Holman also received 250 restricted stock units in 2003.

Terrence Kittleson, a brother-in-law of LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Robert Rossiter, is employed by Trammell Crow Company as an Executive Vice President. Trammell Crow provides Lear with real estate brokerage as well as property and project management services. In 2003, Lear paid $3,930,549 to Trammell Crow for these services. Lear has engaged Trammell Crow in the ordinary course of its business and in accordance with its normal procedures for engaging service providers.

Scott Ratsos, a Platform Director at one of LearÕs division offices, is a son-in-law of Robert Rossiter, LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In 2003, Mr. Ratsos was paid $140,367, which included a bonus of $23,820. Mr. Ratsos also received 450 restricted stock units in 2003.

Brian Rossiter, a brother of LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Robert Rossiter, owns an entity that has represented Center Manufacturing in the sale of automotive products to Lear. In 2003 and 2002, Lear paid $12,595,593 and $5,686,427, respectively, for tooling, steel stampings and assemblies that it purchased from Center Manufacturing. The entity owned by Brian Rossiter received a commission with respect to a portion of these sales at customary rates. Lear made these purchases in the ordinary course of its business and in accordance with its normal sourcing procedures for its suppliers.

Brian T. Rossiter, a Program Manager at LearÕs headquarters, is the son of Robert Rossiter, LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In 2003, Brian T. Rossiter was paid $90,617, which included a bonus of $8,687. Brian T. Rossiter also received 139 restricted stock units in 2003.

Jayme Rossiter, a sister-in-law of Robert Rossiter, LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, has an ownership interest in Elite Support Management Group, LLC. In 2003 and 2002, Lear paid $357,662 and $329,546, respectively, to Elite Support for the provision of information technology temporary support personnel. Lear engaged Elite Support to provide these services in the ordinary course of its business and in accordance with its normal procedures for engaging service providers.

Sara Rossiter, a Senior Account Manager in one of LearÕs division offices, is the daughter of Robert Rossiter, LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In 2003, Ms. Rossiter was paid $77,847, which included a bonus of $3,295. Ms. Rossiter also received 100 restricted stock units in 2003.

Terrence Rossiter, a brother of LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Robert Rossiter, has been employed as a computer equipment salesperson by Sequoia Services Group (ŌSequoiaĶ), a subsidiary of Analysts International, since 1994. Sequoia has provided equipment and contract services to Lear since 1991. In 2003, Lear paid $964,263 to Sequoia for the purchase of computer equipment and the license or purchase of software and $6,789,151 for computer-related services. In 2002, Lear paid $10,834 to Sequoia for the purchase of computer equipment and the license or purchase of software and $6,302,291 for computer-related services. Terrence Rossiter was not involved in the provision of computer-related services to Lear. Lear purchased this equipment and software and these services in the ordinary course of its business and in accordance with its normal sourcing procedures for its suppliers in the case of purchases of computer equipment and software and normal procedures for engaging service providers in the case of purchases of computer services.

Richard Snyder, a Financial Manager at LearÕs headquarters, is a brother-in-law of Robert Rossiter, LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In 2003, Mr. Snyder was paid $104,668, which included a bonus of $13,501.

Robert Snyder, a Commodity Manager at LearÕs headquarters, is a brother-in-law of Robert Rossiter, LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In 2003, Mr. Snyder was paid $129,748, which included a bonus of $13,515. Mr. Snyder also received 244 restricted stock units in 2003.

Michael Spalding, a Senior Account Manager at LearÕs DaimlerChrysler Division, is the brother of David Spalding, a Director of Lear. In 2003, Michael Spalding was paid $103,802, which included total bonuses of $22,152.

Patrick VandenBoom, an Information Technology Director for Lear, is the brother-in-law of James Vandenberghe, a Director and the Vice Chairman of Lear. In 2003, Mr. VandenBoom was paid $168,965, which included a bonus of $29,465. Mr. VandenBoom also received 506 restricted stock units in 2003.

John Youvon, a Sales Manager in LearÕs Ford Division, is the brother-in-law of Paul Joseph Zimmer, LearÕs President-Interior Products Division Ņ Europe. In 2003, Mr. Youvon was paid $111,765, which included a bonus of $14,565.

Paul Joseph Zimmer, LearÕs President-Interior Products Division-Europe, is a director of Piston Automotive, LLC. Lear owns a 49% interest in JL Automotive, LLC, a supplier of automotive interior products. Piston Automotive owns the other 51% interest in JL Automotive. William Zimmer, the brother of Paul Joseph Zimmer, is an employee of Piston Automotive. JL Automotive had sales of $60.9 million in 2003, of which $40.5 million were to Lear.

3/27/2003 Proxy Information

Joseph Carron, a Senior Account Manager of LearÕs GM Division, is the brother of Randall Carron, LearÕs Senior Vice President-Asian OEM Division. In 2002, Joseph Carron earned $97,806, which included a bonus of $9,306. Joseph Carron also received options to purchase 250 shares of LearÕs common stock at an exercise price of $41.83 per share.

Steven DelGrosso, a Quality Supervisor at one of LearÕs plants, is the brother of Douglas DelGrosso, LearÕs President and Chief Operating Officer-International Operations. In 2002, Steven DelGrosso earned $77,061.

Noelle Gill, a Human Resources Staff Manager at one of LearÕs division offices, is the daughter of Roy Parrott, a Director of Lear. In 2002, Ms. Gill earned $82,789, which included a bonus of $8,997. Ms. Gill also received options to purchase 250 shares of LearÕs common stock at an exercise price of $41.83 per share.

Spencer Gill, a Manager in LearÕs Program Management Group, is the son-in-law of Roy Parrott, a Director of Lear. In 2002, Mr. Gill earned $122,457, which included a bonus of $18,678. Mr. Gill also received options to purchase 500 shares of LearÕs common stock at an exercise price of $41.83 per share.

Terrence Kittleson, a brother-in-law of LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Robert Rossiter, is employed by Trammell Crow Company as an Executive Vice President. In 2002, Lear paid $2,444,000 to Trammell Crow for facilities maintenance services and $73,000 for real estate brokerage services. Trammell Crow was engaged to maintain these facilities and to provide real estate brokerage services in the ordinary course of LearÕs business and in accordance with LearÕs normal procedures for engaging service providers.

Brian Rossiter, a brother of LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Robert Rossiter, represented Center Manufacturing and Sarnamotive/ Blue Water in the sale of automotive products to Lear. In 2002, Lear purchased $2,002,838 worth of steel stampings and assemblies from Center Manufacturing and $987,932 worth of injection molded plastic parts from Sarnamotive/ Blue Water with respect to which Brian Rossiter received a commission. These purchases were made in the ordinary course of LearÕs business and in accordance with LearÕs normal sourcing procedures for its suppliers.

Brian T. Rossiter, a Program Manager in one of LearÕs division offices, is the son of Robert Rossiter, LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In 2002, Brian T. Rossiter earned $78,149, which included a bonus of $7,637.

Sara Rossiter, an Account Manager in one of LearÕs division offices, is the daughter of Robert Rossiter, LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In 2002, Ms. Rossiter earned $62,562, which included a bonus of $3,295.

Terrence Rossiter, a brother of LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Robert Rossiter, and Ray Green, a brother-in-law of Charles Fisher, LearÕs former President-DaimlerChrysler Division, are employed as salespersons by Analysts International, Sequoia Services Group. In 2002, Lear paid $5,146,757 to Analysts International for software services and $10,834 for the purchase of certain computer equipment. The purchases of these services and equipment were made in the ordinary course of LearÕs business and in accordance with LearÕs normal procedures for engaging service providers in the case of purchases of computer services and normal sourcing procedures for its suppliers in the case of purchases of computer equipment.

Richard Snyder, a Sales Manager at one of LearÕs division offices, is a brother-in-law of Robert Rossiter, LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In 2002, Mr. Snyder earned $100,680, which included a bonus of $13,501. Mr. Snyder also received options to purchase 500 shares of LearÕs common stock at an exercise price of $41.83 per share.

Robert Snyder, a Purchasing Manager at LearÕs headquarters, is a brother-in-law of Robert Rossiter, LearÕs Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. In 2002, Mr. Snyder earned $114,336, which included a bonus of $13,515. Mr. Snyder also received options to purchase 675 shares of LearÕs common stock at an exercise price of $41.83 per share.

Michael Spalding, a Senior Account Manager at LearÕs DaimlerChrysler Division office, is the brother of David Spalding, a Director of Lear. In 2002, Michael Spalding earned $84,438, which included a bonus of $8,106.

Patrick VandenBoom, an Information Technology Director for Lear, is the brother-in-law of James Vandenberghe, a Director and the Vice Chairman of Lear. In 2002, Mr. VandenBoom earned $161,344, which included a bonus of $29,465. Mr. VandenBoom also received options to purchase 1,000 shares of LearÕs common stock at an exercise price of $41.83 per share.

David Way, a Sales Director in LearÕs DaimlerChrysler Division, is the son of Kenneth L. Way, a director of Lear. In 2002, David Way earned $103,169, which included a bonus of $18,580. David Way also received options to purchase 1,500 shares of LearÕs common stock at an exercise price of $41.83 per share.

John Youvon, a Sales Manager in LearÕs Ford Division office, is the brother-in-law of Paul Joseph Zimmer, LearÕs President-Seating Systems Division. In 2002, Mr. Youvon earned $107,920,which included a bonus of $14,565.

Thomas Zimmer, a brother of Paul Joseph Zimmer, LearÕs President-Seating Systems Division, is employed by Cornerstone Real Estate, Inc. as a real estate broker. In 2002, Lear paid $74,441 to Cornerstone Real Estate, Inc. for real estate brokerage services for a transaction in which Thomas Zimmer represented Lear. Cornerstone Real Estate, Inc. was engaged to provide real estate brokerage services in the ordinary course of LearÕs business and in accordance with LearÕs normal procedures for engaging service providers.

Paul Joseph Zimmer, LearÕs President-Seating Systems Division, is a director of Piston Automotive. Lear owns a 49% interest in JL Automotive which sells headliners to original equipment manufacturers. Piston Automotive owns the other 51% interest in JL Automotive. William Zimmer, the brother of Paul Joseph Zimmer, is an employee of Piston Automotive. JL Automotive had sales of $33.6 million in 2002, of which $28.1 million were to Lear.