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Intermet Chairman and CEO Gary Ruff Resigns

Gary Ruff, chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of Intermet Corp., has resigned. Ruff joined the company in 1999 and became chairman and CEO in 2004. A reason for his departure was not provided. The company's board of directors has elected Gil West as interim CEO and Jeff Mihalic as interim president, effective immediately.

TROY, MI — Gary Ruff, chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of Intermet Corp., has resigned. Ruff joined the company in 1999 and became chairman and CEO in 2004. A reason for his departure was not provided.

The company’s board of directors has elected Gil West as interim CEO and Jeff Mihalic as interim president, effective immediately.

West and Mihalic are from Q Investments, a Fort Worth, TX, investment Firm, which is an investor in Intermet. Prior to joining Q Investments, West held senior leadership positions at TIMCO Aviation Services, Northwest Airlines and United Airlines. Prior to joining Q Investments, Mihalic held senior leadership positions at Bombardier Aerospace and United Airlines.

For more information about Intermet, go to: http://www.intermet.com .

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