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October 26, 2007

LAMPIRE Biological Laboratories celebrates 30 years with Ribbon Cutting of Bioprocessing Center


Lampire Biological Laboratories celebrated it 30th anniversary with a ribbon cutting ceremony on its new state-of-the-art Bioprocessing Center. More than 200 local, state and federal officials and guests celebrated the occasion. In attendance and participating in the ceremony was; Craig Tarler, President, Cornell & Diehl, Inc., Bud Shuster, Former U.S. Congressman, 9th District, James C. Greenwood, President & CEO, Biotechnology Industry Organization, Dennis M. "Mickey" Flynn, President, Pennsylvania Biotechnology Industry Organization, Dolores Kaplan, Deputy Secretary for Business Assistance Pennsylvania Dept of Community and Economic Development, Allen Sell, Assistant Superintendent, Bedford Area School District, Steve Howsare, Chairman, Bedford County Board of Commissioners, Bill Shuster, U.S. Congressman 9th District, Dick L. Hess, Pennsylvania Representative, 78th District, and John Eichelberger, Pennsylvania Senator, 30th District.

Chairman Howsare presented Lampire president Gregory F. Krug with a Proclamation from the Bedford County Commissioners' Office. Representative Hess presented a Citation to Mr. Krug from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives and Senator Eichelberger presented a Citation from the Pennsylvania Senate.

"Today is really about all the people who work here and everyone who made Lampire happen in Bedford County."
"It's all about you guys," Krug said.