LANCASTER, Pa., Feb. 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Herley Industries, Inc. (Nasdaq: HRLY) announced today that the Company's former President, John M. Kelley, passed away after a lengthy illness on February 8, 2008.
John Kelley joined Herley Industries, Inc. in 1998 as Director of Investor Relations. He served as the Company's Vice President/Director of Corporate Communications, Senior Vice President, President - Herley Commercial Technologies, and Executive Vice President before being named Herley President in 2003. Mr. Kelley resigned as President for health reasons late last year.
Herley Chairman and CEO, Myron Levy, commented, "John was well liked and respected as a leader of the Company. He was a good man and a great friend to many of us at Herley. Our deepest sympathies go out to his entire family."
Herley Industries, Inc. is a leader in the design, development and
manufacture of microwave technology solutions for the defense, aerospace
and medical industries worldwide. Based in Lancaster, PA, Herley has eight
manufacturing locations and approximately 975 employees. Additional
information about the company can be found on the Internet at
For information at Herley contact:
Tel: (717) 735-8117
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