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Founders & Former Executive Management Team of LCA-Vision Seek Change to Rescue Company
Date:11/21/2008

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About Craig P.R. Joffe

Craig P.R. Joffe, age 36, was Interim Chief Executive Officer of LCA-Vision from March 2006 through November 2006. He was appointed Chief Operating Officer of LCA-Vision in September 2005, a position he held through his resignation in March 2008. He also served as Secretary of LCA Vision from March 2003, when he joined the Company, until March 2008. He also served on the Board of Directors of LCA-Vision from 2004 through March 2008, and previously served as a Director from 1995 to 1997. Prior to joining LCA-Vision, Mr. Joffe served as Assistant General Counsel of IAC/InterActiveCorp, a leading publicly traded interactive commerce company, from September 2000 to February 2003. Previously, Mr. Joffe, a graduate of Harvard Law School and Columbia University, was a general practice associate in the New York and London offices of the law firm Sullivan & Cromwell for over three years, where he concentrated his practice on corporate finance transactions. Mr. Joffe is currently the Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Joffe MediCenter LLC, a healthcare services company.

About Alan H. Buckey

Alan H. Buckey, age 50, was Executive Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer for LCA-Vision from March 2000 to June 2008. He came to LCA-Vision from Pease Industries, a manufacturing company based in Fairfield, Ohio, where he served as Vice President, Finance from 1991 to February 2000. Prior to 1991, Mr. Buckey served as Chief Financial Officer of the Hilltop Companies, a contract laboratory research firm and as a senior manager with Ernst & Young's Great Lakes Consulting Group. While at Ernst & Young, he served as acting Chief Financial Officer of a start-up laser surgery management company which was the predecessor of LCA-Vision. Mr. Buckey holds a B.S. in Applied Science from Miami University and holds an M.B.A
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