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January 3, 1994 | Dean Takahashi, Times Staff Writer
Not many would try to fill the shoes of Linwood (Chip) Lacy, who over eight years built Ingram Micro from a $100-million company to the world's largest distributor of personal computers and software with $4 billion in sales. But Sam Inman, 43, jumped at the opportunity. An ex-IBMer, Inman joined Ingram Micro in Santa Ana as president and chief operating officer in August. He'll replace Lacy, who received a promotion to the parent company in July as chief executive.
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January 3, 1994 | Dean Takahashi, Times Staff Writer
Not many would try to fill the shoes of Linwood (Chip) Lacy, who over eight years built Ingram Micro from a $100-million company to the world's largest distributor of personal computers and software with $4 billion in sales. But Sam Inman, 43, jumped at the opportunity. An ex-IBMer, Inman joined Ingram Micro in Santa Ana as president and chief operating officer in August. He'll replace Lacy, who received a promotion to the parent company in July as chief executive.
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