Saturday, May 05, 2001
Mighty Ducks name president
Tom Garrity has been named president of the American Hockey League Cincinnati Mighty Ducks. Garrity has served as the Ducks' senior vice president the past two seasons. He succeeds Pete Robinson, who has been named the club's chief executive officer.
We're pleased and excited to name Tom as president of the organization, Robinson said. He is an excellent administrator who brings a dynamic, disciplined, progressive style of management and leadership to the clubs helm.
Garrity will have authority regarding all day-to-day business operations. Garrity, 37, has 15 years of experience in sports administration, including stints with the NHL Minnesota North Stars and Dallas Stars and the NBA Minnesota Timberwolves. He served as director of corporate training for Game Face Marketing in Portland prior to joining the Ducks in May 1998.
A Praire du Chien, Wis., native, Garrity and his wife, Gina, have a daughter, Caitlyn. The family resides in Mount Lookout.
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