Teleflex, a $1.5 billion provider of specialty medical devices, named Thomas Powell CFO and senior vice president. The company fired his predecessor, Richard Meier, earlier this month. Powell, 50, joined Teleflex earlier this year as senior vice president of global finance. He was CFO of TomoTherapy until it was sold to Accuray last year and previously served as CFO at Textura Corp. and Midway Games, where he was also treasurer. Powell also worked at Dade Behring, PepsiCo, Bain & Co., Tenneco Corp. and Arthur Andersen.

DeVry, the $2.1 billion education company, named Patrick Unzicker chief accounting officer and vice president of finance, both new positions. Unzicker, 41, joined the Downers Grove, Ill., company as controller in 2006 and added the title of vice president in 2008. Previously, he was controller and vice president for Whitehall Jewelers. Unzicker started his career at Price Waterhouse. 

Greatbatch, a $569 million Clarence, N.Y., maker of batteries for implantable medical devices, named Michael Dinkins CFO and senior vice president. He succeeds Tom Mazza, who was named principal accounting officer, corporate controller and vice president. Dinkins, 57, most recently was CFO and executive vice president at insurance and risk management intermediary USI Holdings Corp. and a Greatbatch board member. Earlier, he was CFO and executive vice president at Hilb Rogal & Hobbs and a vice president at Guidant Corp.

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