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Mouradian Resigns After Six Seasons with Stealth

12/03/2009, 12:27am PST
By Washington Stealth
Washington Stealth President and General Manager Johnny Mouradian has announced his resignation today, leaving the team after six seasons.  Mouradian cited the pursuit of other business opportunities for his decision.  He will remain involved with the Stealth in a management transition advisory role for the next six months.

“The organization would like to thank Johnny for his hard work and dedication during his tenure with the Stealth,” said Stealth owner Denise Watkins.  “His efforts as a leader of our organization and in building a winning team on the field have put our organization in a positive position for the future.”

Current Chief Financial Officer of the Stealth David Takata will be assuming the role of President.  Takata has served as the Stealth CFO since June 2008 and has had an increasing role in the team’s business operations since the recent move to the State of Washington.

Stealth Vice President and Assistant General Manager Doug Locker will take over the General Manager responsibilities.  Locker served six years as the Assistant General Manager of the team. 

Stealth Head Coach Chris Hall will also have an increased role within the organization, being named the Vice President of Lacrosse Operations.  Hall is in his second season with the Stealth, taking over the head coaching duties midway through last season.

All inquiries regarding the changes within the Stealth organization can be directed to Stealth Director of Communications Michael Kennett.  He can be reached at (315) 725-1059 or by email at mkennett@stealthlax.com.

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