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Urologix CEO Stryker Warren To Retire

Urologix, Inc. (ULGX) said Tuesday that Stryker Warren jr. has decided to retire as CEO and a member of the company's Board of Directors, effective November 30.

The company said its Chief Operating Officer Greg Fluet will become interim CEO following Warren's retirement.

Fluet joined the company as its Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer in July 2008. Prior to joining Urologix, he was an Associate at Sapient Capital Management, LLC, a venture capital firm focused on medical devices.

Warren came out of retirement to join Urologix as CEO in June 2008. He had previously been the President and CEO of Urology Healthcare Group whose wholly owned subsidiary, Urotech, remains Urologix' largest customer.

by RTT Staff Writer

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