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II-VI EVP Reedy to Retire
Dec 2010
PITTSBURGH, Dec. 6, 2010 — Crystal growth technology company II-VI Inc. announced during its annual shareholders meeting on Nov. 5, 2010, the planned retirement of Herman E. Reedy, executive vice president, effective Dec. 31, 2010.

An employee at the company since 1977, he has held the executive vice president of Infrared Optics since 2003. Prior to his current position, he has held positions at the company as vice president and general manager of Quality and Engineering, manager of Quality, and manager of Components.

“Herman has been a key catalyst in the growth of the Infrared Optics’ business,” said Francis J. Kramer, president and CEO. “Through his continued efforts and leadership over the past 33 years, he has been the driving force ensuring that II-VI Infrared Optics’ quality exceeds our customers’ expectations and is second to none in the industry.”

Also announced at the meeting was the re-election of Peter W. Sognefest and Kramer to the company’s board of directors.

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