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CINCINNATI, July 1, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --
LSI Industries Inc. (Nasdaq:LYTS) today announced that it has appointed Robert P. Beech to its Board of Directors effective immediately. Mr. Beech has substantial experience as a CEO and senior corporate executive, leading high-technology ventures and strategic initiatives. He is currently engaged as Entrepreneur-in-Residence for biosciences at CincyTechUSA. From 2004 through 2012 he was a senior executive at Intrexon Corporation, a privately held biotechnology company based in Maryland. Prior to 2003, he was CEO of Digineer, Inc., an international healthcare IT software and services company he founded in 1986 and led until 2002. At its peak the company employed over 140 information technology professionals.
Bob received a BS degree in Biology from the University of Miami honors and privileged studies program, graduating magna cum laude. He performed post-graduate studies in microbiology at Florida State University and received a Medical Technology degree in conjunction with Tallahassee Memorial Regional Medical Center. Bob is a long-standing member of the American Society of Clinical Pathology and was involved in clinical diagnostics prior to leading healthcare and biotechnology ventures.
Robert J. Ready, Chief Executive Officer, stated, "We welcome Bob Beech to our board and look forward to his contributions and insights, particularly as they pertain to technology oriented aspects as we pursue solid-state LED lighting and graphics opportunities. From design and engineering, through manufacturing, and sales and service, our business is increasingly being influenced by advanced technologies."
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