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Fischer's Cascella steps down

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Fischer Imaging president and COORoberto A. Cascella has left the company, Fischer announced lastweek. Cascella left the Denver-based developer of x-ray and mammographysystems to pursue other interests, the company said. Fischer chairmanand CEO Morgan W.

Fischer Imaging president and COORoberto A. Cascella has left the company, Fischer announced lastweek. Cascella left the Denver-based developer of x-ray and mammographysystems to pursue other interests, the company said. Fischer chairmanand CEO Morgan W. Nields will assume Cascella's responsibilitiesuntil a successor is named. Cascella was with Fischer for eightyears.

Fischer also announced that Charles L. Dumas has joined thecompany as vice president of operations, with responsibility foroverseeing Fischer's manufacturing facilities. Before joiningFischer, Dumas was operations vice president and general managerof Genicom's desktop printer business.

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