Stamps President and COO Lyle Bauer resigns | CFL.ca | Official Site of the Canadian Football League
 
THE CANADIAN PRESS
 

Stampeders.com Staff

CALGARY -- As a result of the ownership restructuring that took place in the spring of 2012, the Calgary Stampeders announced today the resignation of President/COO Lyle Bauer. Lyle has agreed to stay on in a consulting role to effect a smooth executive transition.
 
“I have enjoyed my time with the Stampeders immensely and thank the ownership group and fans for a wonderful opportunity,” said Bauer. “The team is in good hands to carry on our commitment to solid community ownership and high-performance football.”
 
“Lyle’s decision to leave was based primarily on a significant change in roles and responsibilities given the benefits of new ownership synergy and infrastructure efficiency,” said Stampeders Co-Chair John Forzani.
 
“We appreciate everything Lyle has done for the club,” said Stampeders Co-Chair Ken King. “He is a consummate sports professional and has been a great benefit in ensuring a successful ownership transition.”
 
Further information on leadership succession will be made available in due course.

 

Fan Comments
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out in winnipeg as top man now out in calgary as top man!! where to go now? EDMONTON ESKIMOS!! LOL LOL LOL
January 23, 2013 - 4:14pm
 
*C*F*L*
All involved are saying the right things.
Appears to be a mutual agreement, but we all know it isn't.

Please ignore the man behind the curtain.
January 23, 2013 - 3:37pm