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CommScope Announces Leadership change


CommScope Holding Company has announced that Eddie Edwards, President and Chief Executive Officer, has stepped down after 15 years of service to the company. Succeeding Edwards is Charles “Chuck” Treadway, who has been appointed as President, Chief Executive Officer and a member of the CommScope Board of Directors. This leadership transition is the result of the Company’s ongoing succession planning program led by the Board of Directors.

With experience successfully growing multiple global businesses in a range of industries, Treadway brings to CommScope significant strategic, operational and go-to-market expertise.

Most recently, Treadway served as CEO of Accudyne Industries, where he drove significant revenue growth and margin expansion with strategic focus, product innovation, improved sales and marketing efforts, and disciplined execution.

The Company also announced that Frank M. Drendel, in recognition of his unique status and distinguished service to CommScope, has been named Chairman Emeritus. Drendel founded CommScope in 1976 and has served continuously as its CEO and/or Chairman of the Board since. In those capacities, Drendel has advanced the evolution of CommScope from a small coaxial cable business established at his kitchen table into the diversified, global communications infrastructure business that it is today.

Drendel will remain on the Board and is succeeded as Chairman by Bud Watts, who has a long history of service to CommScope, most recently as the Board’s Lead Independent Director. Mr. Watts will work with Treadway and the management team on strategic, corporate development and capital structure matters. Considering his active engagement, Watts will become an employee of the Company. As a result, the independent directors on the CommScope Board elected Timothy T. Yates as the new Lead Independent Director.

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