Ingram replaces Yancey as president of Goodrich unit

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Goodrich has appointed Richard Ingram as president of its engine control and electrical power systems business unit, effective 13 June.

Ingram replaces Bob Yancey, who is retiring from the company. He will report to Curtis Reusser, segment president, electronic systems.

Most recently Ingram worked as vice-president of primary flight controls and machining strategy for Goodrich's actuation systems business. He joined the company via the acquisition of TRW Aeronautical Systems in 2002.

In addition, he served as vice-president of European civil business for Goodrich's actuation systems business in 2003, and has held several positions in the company.