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IDEX Corporation Announces Changes to Board of Directors

February 25, 2015
Chemical Value Chain
(BUSINESS WIRE) – IDEX CORPORATION today announced the retirement of Michael Tokarz and Bradley Bell from the company’s Board of Directors, effective as of the IDEX Annual Shareholders meeting on April 8, 2015. In addition, IDEX announced that Bill Cook will replace Michael Tokarz as lead director.
 
Commenting on the changes to the board, IDEX Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Andrew Silvernail stated, “It has been my pleasure to work closely with Mike and Brad. They have served IDEX with distinction for 27 and 13 years, respectively. Their contributions to the board will be greatly missed. Their legacy at IDEX is represented in our strong culture and the exceptional performance of the company over the past many years. I am pleased that Bill Cook has assumed the lead director role. Bill is an outstanding board member and I look forward to continuing to work with him.”
 
Source: IDEX

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