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Acoustic Imaging's John Kingsley dies

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John T. Kingsley, chief executive officer of Acoustic ImagingTechnologies, died August 24 at a Phoenix hospice after a five-monthbout with cancer. He was 53. Kingsley was widely respected for his creative approach toultrasound product development and

John T. Kingsley, chief executive officer of Acoustic ImagingTechnologies, died August 24 at a Phoenix hospice after a five-monthbout with cancer. He was 53.

Kingsley was widely respected for his creative approach toultrasound product development and persistence in reinforcingAI's market position in a highly competitive industry segment.

"He introduced three major new products, put in placea sound management structure and established an operating philosophybased on a vision of sustained growth in core businesses and technologicalleadership," said Steven Kaska, worldwide director of strategicmarketing.

Kingsley joined AI in 1992 as vice president of engineeringand product development and was promoted to president and chiefexecutive officer in January 1993.

Richard Monaco, vice-president of operations, will manage thefirm on an interim basis, Kaska said.

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