Teledyne Promotes Al Pichelli and Jim Davis
LOS ANGELES - July 25, 2003 - Teledyne Technologies Incorporated (NYSE:TDY) today announced the appointment of Aldo (Al) Pichelli as senior vice president and chief operating officer of Teledyne's Electronics and Communication segment. In 2002, the Electronics and Communication segment had sales of $388 million.
Pichelli currently serves as vice president and general manager of Teledyne Instruments, a group of seven strategic business units. Pichelli joined Teledyne in 1980 as controller for Laar's Canadian facility, followed by a move to the United States operations where he progressed to senior vice president. In 1996, he joined Teledyne Hasting's as general manager, and went on to become vice president and general manager of Teledyne Analytical Instruments in 1999. Under Pichelli, the Instruments group acquired three environmental instrumentation companies (Advanced Pollution Instrumentation, Monitor Labs and Tekmar Company) in the past 18 months.
Pichelli received his bachelor's degree in commerce from McMaster University in Ontario, Canada and has attended executive programs at Stanford University and the University of Virginia.
James (Jim) Davis, general manager of Teledyne Interconnect Devices, will become vice president and general manager of the Instruments group. Davis joined Teledyne in July 2002. Prior to Teledyne he was senior vice president of Bourns' Electronic Components Group and president of its Sensors/Controls division. Davis was also president and chief executive officer of Ceramatec, and held various positions, including vice president and general manager, of a medical instruments division, at Becton Dickinson in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey. He also held management positions at Burr-Brown and Kemet.
Davis received his bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from Texas A&M University and his MBA from the University of Texas.
Both promotions are effective August 1, 2003.