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Former Ingram Micro Chief Takes New Post

September 09, 1996|GREG MILLER | TIMES STAFF WRITER

Linwood "Chip" Lacy Jr., who helped build Santa Ana-based Ingram Micro into a computer distribution powerhouse before resigning suddenly in May, has agreed to become chief executive of a Connecticut computer retailer.

Lacy has been named CEO of Micro Warehouse, which is based in Norwalk and is a specialty retailer of computer hardware and software. Ingram Micro recently named Jerre Stead, a former AT&T Corp. executive, to replace Lacy as chairman and chief executive.

Greg Miller covers high technology for The Times. He can be reached at (714) 966-7830 and at greg.miller@latimes.com

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