Change in Leadership at MtronPTI
September 30, 2016
The LGL Group Announces Change in Leadership at MtronPTI
Orlando, FL, September 27, 2016 – The LGL Group, Inc. (NYSE MKT:LGL) (the “Company” or “LGL”) today announced the appointment of Robert Mamazza, Ph.D. to President and CEO of the Company’s primary subsidiary, M-tron Industries, Inc. (“MtronPTI”). Effective, October 1, 2016, Dr. Mamazza will be replacing Michael J. Ferrantino, Sr., who will be stepping aside as CEO of MtronPTI, but will continue as Chairman and CEO of LGL.
Mr. Ferrantino stated, “Now, with both of our key subsidiaries, MtronPTI and Precise Time and Frequency, LLC (“PTF”), headed by experienced managers, I will spend more of my time focused on strategic issues so that we can ultimately increase shareholder value.”
Mr. Ferrantino added, “We will continue to judiciously watch expenses and keep our corporate headquarters in Orlando with just two people, myself and Patti Smith our CFO.”
About The LGL Group, Inc.
The LGL Group, Inc., operates through two wholly-owned subsidiaries. MtronPTI manufactures and markets highly-engineered electronic components used to control the frequency or timing of signals in electronic circuits. PTF is a technology leader in the design of high performance Frequency and Time reference standards that form the basis for timing and synchronization in many applications.
Headquartered in Orlando, Florida, the Company has additional design and manufacturing facilities in Yankton, South Dakota, Wakefield, Massachusetts and Noida, India, with local sales offices in Sacramento, California and Hong Kong.
For more information on the Company and its products and services, contact Patti Smith at The LGL Group, Inc., 2525 Shader Rd., Orlando, Florida 32804, (407) 298-2000, or visit www.lglgroup.com and www.mtronpti.com.
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