Chairman Albert Bowers to resume position of president following announced early retirement of Richard Rogers (effective Dec. 31). Bowers was president of Syntex from 1976 to 1982. The company reported that Bowers "expects to announce some restructuring of reporting relationships by the end of October." Rogers "has expressed an interest in spending more time with his wife, six daughters, five sons-in-law and soon-to-be nine grandchildren, and in writing, painting, woodworking, hunting and fishing . . . He has made a commitment to become deeply-involved in two churches which mean a great deal to his family," Bowers said.
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