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Peter Termyn Has Been Appointed President and CEO of Parkinson Technologies

February 14, 2007

After leading the company’s commercial efforts for two years, Peter Termyn has been appointed president and CEO of Parkinson Technologies. Through his direction, the company’s commercial organization and supporting capabilities have been restructured to fully leverage the company’s growth potential. Mr. Termyn replaces Ernest Abrahamson, who continues as Parkinson’s owner and who will now serve as chairman. Mr. Abrahamson credits  Mr. Termyn with the management and commercial background to capitalize on the company’s investments in research, technology and facilities and the leadership experience to guide the company going forward.
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