Davis has done his 5 + years---and by all accounts done a great job with share price.
Any clues who will be next? An outsider??
I would guess that Kurt Kuhen would be the heir apparent.
BTW, Kuehn is a much more dynamic public face than Davis.
You may be right and the good thing is usually when a the current CEO announces his pending retirement the stock is rejuvenated and process higher expecting "new vision" changes. If this occurs, look for shares to hit the $90's.
all Davis has done is cut cut cut. Not sure about anyone on this leadership team's long term vision for the company.