InFocus Announces Resignation of Member of Board of Directors John V. Harker Resignation Effective December 1st.WILSONVILLE, Ore. -- InFocus(R) (Nasdaq:INFS INFS InFocus Corporation (stock symbol) ), the industry pioneer and leader in the projection market, announced today the resignation of John V. Harker from its board of directors effective December 1, 2005. In his resignation letter, Mr. Harker cited a desire for a more leisurely life style, travel and more family time as reasons for his resignation.
Harker became President and Chief Executive Officer of InFocus in April 1992, and was named chairman of the board of directors in 1994. Under his stewardship stewardship
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"For nearly 14 years, John has been a key leader of the InFocus team. We wish him the best and InFocus will strive to continue the legacy and reputation he established for the company," said Kyle Ranson, President and Chief Executive Officer of InFocus.
Harker has been actively involved in the business community as the 2005 chairman of the board of directors for the AeA, a national association that represents all segments of the technology industry. In addition to the AeA, Harker serves on several other boards and chairs the Business Advisory Council at the School of Business Administration at Portland State University.
"John Harker's contributions to InFocus and the business community have been invaluable. On behalf of the entire board of directors, I wish him well in his future plans and much deserved time with his family," said Mike Hallman, InFocus lead independent director and President of The Hallman Group.
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