Edition:
United States

Lamar Advertising Co (LAMR.O)

LAMR.O on Nasdaq

75.59USD
24 Mar 2017
Change (% chg)

-- (--)
Prev Close
$75.59
Open
--
Day's High
--
Day's Low
--
Volume
--
Avg. Vol
630,374
52-wk High
$79.09
52-wk Low
$58.68

Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Kevin Reilly

61 2011 Chairman of the Board, President

Sean Reilly

54 2011 Chief Executive Officer

Keith Istre

63 2003 Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer

Anna Reilly

52 2001 Director

Wendell Reilly

58 2005 Director

John Hamilton

69 2000 Independent Director

John Koerner

73 2007 Independent Director

Stephen Mumblow

60 1999 Independent Director

Thomas Reifenheiser

80 2000 Independent Director

Tiffany Wall

IR Contact Officer

Biographies

Name Description

Kevin Reilly

Mr. Kevin P. Reilly, Jr., is a Chairman of the Board, President of Lamar Advertising Company. Mr. Reilly also served as our Chief Executive Officer from February 1989 until February 2011. Prior to becoming President and Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Reilly served as the President of our Outdoor Division from 1984 to 1989. Mr. Reilly, our employee since 1978, has also served as General Manager of our Baton Rouge Region and Vice President and General Manager of the Louisiana Region. Mr. Reilly with over 30 years of experience at Lamar and 26 years as our President, has unparalleled knowledge of our business and operating history. As our President, Mr. Reilly is directly involved with the management of the company on a daily basis and has front-line exposure to the challenges that we face and opportunities that we are presented. He is also the managing general partner of our controlling stockholder, the Reilly Family Limited Partnership. The RFLP and members of the Reilly family are permitted holders of our Class B Common Stock, which was put in place in connection with our initial public offering in 1996 to provide for continuity of control over the company and entitles its holders to ten votes per share. Board representation by members of the Reilly family, which has ties to the Lamar family dating back to 1958, also serves to preserve the principles that Lamar was founded upon.

Sean Reilly

Mr. Sean E. Reilly is a Chief Executive Officer of Lamar Advertising Company. Prior to becoming Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Reilly had been Chief Operating Officer and President of the Company’s Outdoor Division, a position that he had held since November 2001. He began working with the Company as Vice President of Mergers and Acquisitions in 1987 and served in that capacity until 1994. He also served as a director of the Company from 1989 to 1996 and from 1999 until 2003. Mr. Reilly was the Chief Executive Officer of Wireless One, Inc., a wireless cable television company, from 1994 to 1997, after which he rejoined the Company. Mr. Reilly received a B.A. from Harvard University in 1984 and a J.D. from Harvard Law School in 1989.

Keith Istre

Mr. Keith A. Istre is a Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer of Lamar Advertising Company. Mr. Istre joined the Company as Controller in 1978 and became Treasurer in 1985. Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Istre was employed by a public accounting firm in Baton Rouge from 1975 to 1978. Mr. Istre graduated from the University of Southwestern Louisiana in 1974 with a degree in Accounting.

Anna Reilly

Ms. Anna Reilly is a Director of Lamar Advertising Company. Ms. Reilly serves as Vice Chair of the Board for Helen Simoneau Danse. From 2009-2014, she served on the Asset Development Committee of the Winston Salem Foundation. From 2005-2012, she served on the Board of Visitors for Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy, during which time she served as the chair of their Developmental Committee for three years. From 2007 to 2012, she served as a Director of the Bethesda Center for the Homeless. From 2001 to 2006, Ms. Reilly served on the Board of Directors of St. Joseph Capital Bank, a public company that is now Old National Bank. During that time, she also served as a trustee of the Stanley Clark School and as a Director of the Community Foundation of St. Joseph County. From 1995 until 2000, Ms. Reilly owned and operated Lula’s Café, a restaurant in South Bend, Indiana. Anna Reilly is a general partner of our controlling stockholder, the RFLP, and brings knowledge of our business and operations to the Board. The RFLP and members of the Reilly family are permitted holders of our Class B Common Stock, which was put in place in connection with our initial public offering in 1996 to provide for continuity of control over the company and entitles its holders to ten votes per share. In addition, board representation by members of the Reilly family, which has ties to the Lamar family dating back to 1958, also serves to preserve the principles that Lamar was founded upon. Ms. Reilly’s background and continued commitment to civic service also provide us with a valuable perspective into local issues, which is important to us due to our focus on local advertising.

Wendell Reilly

Mr. Wendell S. Reilly is a Director of Lamar Advertising Company. Mr. Reilly has been the Managing Partner of Grapevine Partners LLC since 2000, and in 2009, he joined Peachtree Equity Partners II as a General Partner. Mr. Reilly currently serves as Chairman of Berman Capital Advisors and on the board of Brown and Brown, Inc. and on the investment committee of the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta. He also serves as a Trustee of Emory University and The Carter Center in Atlanta. He previously served as the Company’s Chief Financial Officer from 1985 to 1989 and director from 1999 to 2001. Mr. Reilly also served as CFO of Haas Publishing Companies from 1989 to 1994, CEO of Grapevine Communications, a group of seven network-affiliated TV stations, from 1996 to 2000 and CEO of SignPost Networks from 2003 to 2011. Wendell Reilly, with over 25 years of private equity, entrepreneurial and executive management experience in media and communications, has extensive expertise of our industry from both inside and outside Lamar. He also brings valuable insight into the issues facing our management through his experience as a founder and principal in other media companies. Mr. Reilly is also a general partner of our controlling stockholder, the Reilly Family Limited Partnership. The RFLP and members of the Reilly family are permitted holders of our Class B Common Stock, which was put in place in connection with our initial public offering in 1996 to provide continuity of control over the company and entitles its holders to ten votes per share. In addition, board representation by members of the Reilly family, which has ties to the Lamar family dating back to 1958, also serves to preserve the principles that Lamar was founded upon.

John Hamilton

Dr. John Maxwell Hamilton, Ph.D., is an Independent Director of Lamar Advertising Company. Mr. Hamilton is the Hopkins P. Breazeale Foundation Professor of Journalism at the Manship School of Mass Communications of Louisiana State University. He served as Executive Vice-Chancellor & Provost of Louisiana State University from 2010 until July 2012 and Dean of the Manship School of Mass Communications of Louisiana State University from 1994 to 2010 and director of the school from 1992 to 1994. In addition to working in the United States and abroad as a journalist, Mr. Hamilton served on the staff of the World Bank, the United States House of Representatives Subcommittee on Economic Policy and Trade, and the United States Agency for International Development. With over twenty years of professional service as a leader of one of the largest university communications programs in the country, Mr. Hamilton provides knowledge, leadership and a unique perspective on our industry that is vital to our Board of Directors. The communications department that Mr. Hamilton headed has been a leader in thinking about the future of mass media, which is important to us because of our focus on the future of advertising.

John Koerner

Mr. John E. Koerner III, is Independent Director of Lamar Advertising Company. Mr. Koerner, III has been the managing member of Koerner Capital, LLC, a private investment company, or the President of its predecessor, Koerner Capital Corporation, since 1995. From 1976 to 1995, Mr. Koerner was President and co-owner of Barq’s, Inc. and its subsidiary, The Delaware Punch Company. Mr. Koerner is a member of a number of civic boards including The Nature Conservancy of Louisiana and the World War II Museum. He served as Chairman of the New Orleans Regional Chamber of Commerce for 1995, was a past Co-Chairman of Metrovision, and was the 2002—2003 Chairman of the New Orleans Business Council. He serves on a number of business boards including IBERIABANK Corporation and Geocent, LLC. Mr. Koerner served on the board of Legg Mason, Inc. until July 2014. Mr. Koerner has extensive experience in corporate finance, the management of capital intensive organizations, and capital markets. Through his service on other boards, Mr. Koerner also has experience with a broad range of corporate governance matters. Mr. Koerner’s background and civic board service also provide us with a valuable link to our community, which is important to us because of our focus on local advertising.

Stephen Mumblow

Mr. Stephen P. Mumblow is an Independent Director of Lamar Advertising Company. Mr. Mumblow is the President and Owner of Manhan Media, Inc., Deerfield Media, Inc. and of the Deerfield Media group of companies, which own and operate television stations in eight mid-size U.S. television markets and engage in the production and distribution of sports related programming in the United States. Until January 2002, Mr. Mumblow was the President and a Director of Communications Corporation of America, a television and radio broadcasting company, having joined that company in 1998. Mr. Mumblow was a Managing Director of Chase Securities, Inc., an investment banking firm, from March 1988 to August 1998. Prior to that, he was a Vice President of Michigan Energy Resources Company, an intrastate natural gas utility company and cable television and broadcasting concern, and Citibank, N.A., a commercial bank. Mr. Mumblow served on the board of the Journal Register Company until May 2008. Mr. Mumblow brings to the Board experience in advertising and marketing trends based upon his ownership of Manhan Media and Deerfield Media. He also has extensive banking expertise, including with respect to the financing of a wide range of media enterprises and merger and acquisition activity within the media industry. He has also gained valuable expertise both operating and serving on the boards of businesses in the television, radio and newspaper industries, experience which provides him with insight into the Company’s competitive and strategic landscape. His financial acumen and experience, including qualification as an Audit Committee Financial Expert, provides our Board with valuable skills and a strong background in financial reporting and balance sheet management.

Thomas Reifenheiser

Mr. Thomas V. Reifenheiser is an Independent Director of Lamar Advertising Company. Mr. Reifenheiser was a Managing Director and Group Executive for the Global Media and Telecom Group of Chase Securities Inc., an investment banking firm, from 1995 to 2000. He joined Chase in 1963 and was the Global Media and Telecom Group Executive since 1977. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Cablevision Systems Corporation, and he has served as a director of Mediacom Communications Corporation, F+W Publications Inc. and Citadel Broadcasting Corporation. Mr. Reifenheiser possesses expertise in the finance and banking sector with a specialization in the media industry. His extensive experience serving on corporate boards makes him an invaluable resource on matters of corporate governance, executive compensation, effective board oversight and strategic planning. Mr. Reifenheiser’s vast experience in the broadcasting and publishing industries provides strategic perspective and insight into our industry. His service on our Board also provides us with additional financial expertise.

Tiffany Wall

Basic Compensation

Name Fiscal Year Total

Kevin Reilly

3,131,730

Sean Reilly

4,056,110

Keith Istre

2,888,420

Anna Reilly

71,949

Wendell Reilly

71,949

John Hamilton

85,961

John Koerner

109,996

Stephen Mumblow

126,947

Thomas Reifenheiser

115,996

Tiffany Wall

--
As Of  30 Dec 2015

Options Compensation

Name Options Value

Kevin Reilly

304,722 9,788,220

Sean Reilly

238,944 6,935,720

Keith Istre

137,013 2,925,410

Anna Reilly

0 0

Wendell Reilly

0 0

John Hamilton

0 0

John Koerner

0 0

Stephen Mumblow

0 0

Thomas Reifenheiser

0 0

Tiffany Wall

0 0