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Teleflex CFO resigns

Teleflex Inc. announced today that Kevin K. Gordon, executive vice president and chief financial officer, has resigned, citing personal reasons.

Gordon plans to remain with the company until Jan.15 to effect an orderly transition.

"I want to express my personal thanks, and that of the board of directors, to Kevin for his service and many contributions during his more than 12-year career with Teleflex," said Jeffrey P. Black, chairman and chief executive officer, in a statement.

"As a leader in our corporate development and finance groups, he has played an important role in the transformation of the Teleflex portfolio and our expansion as a global leader in the medical device industry," he added. "His decision to leave the company is a personal one and does not reflect any concerns on his part regarding the company's financial controls and accounting practices."

"I appreciate the opportunity I've been afforded during my tenure with the company and am proud to have been part of the management team and of our many accomplishments," Gordon said in a statement. "Teleflex has a strong and experienced financial team, and I have every confidence that this will be a smooth transition."

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