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Sanmina-SCI CEO steps down.

San Jose -- Randy Furr, president and chief operating officer of Sanmina-SCI ( for the past nine years, is leaving the company for personal and family reasons. "The decision to leave the company at this time was a difficult one to make, but due to my personal circumstances, it is more important for me to focus my attention on my family," Furr said.

Furr was named president and COO in March 1996. He joined the company as chief financial officer in August 1992. Furr will also resign as a director.

Jure Sola, chief executive and chairman, and other senior staff members will assume Furr's responsibilities.

Separately, Sola was announced as keynote speaker for the Apex trade show in February. Sola's Feb. 8 talk will cover competing in today's global economy, the ongoing expansion of the EMS industry and how Sanmina-SCI plans to capture more customers.
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Title Annotation:Industry NEWS
Author:Buetow, Mike
Publication:Circuits Assembly
Date:Dec 1, 2005
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