Monroeville, PA. – The Chorus Call Board of Directors is saddened to announce the death on Wednesday, September 28, of Giorgio Coraluppi, CEO and president of Chorus Call, Inc., Compunetix, Inc., and Compunetics, Inc., the electronic manufacturing, product and services companies he founded starting in 1968. Dr. Coraluppi was a brilliant engineer, a mathematician, and an inventor who successfully started and managed three corporations. He was recently inducted into the NASA Space Technology Hall of Fame for inventing the modern conference call, and committed to funding a headship at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in Electrical and Computer Engineering to provide support for their strategic initiatives and priorities.
“On behalf of Chorus Call, I would like to express our appreciation for the immeasurable contributions Giorgio Coraluppi has made to our company, the communities in which we serve, and countless industry organizations he helped found,” commented Michael Hockenberry, Vice President of Chorus Call. “In his 54 years at the helm of Compunetix, Chorus Call, and Compunetics, Dr. C built a diversified organization that provides jobs to over 600 employees in Pennsylvania and numerous other countries around the globe. He was a man of honor and integrity, and his Chorus Call/Compunetix/Compunetics family will miss him greatly. Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife, family, and his many friends.”
Giorgio Coraluppi and the Board had taken care over the years to ensure that the Chorus Call companies would be prepared to continue in his absence.
Funereal Service details and obituary: https://www.freyvogelfuneralhome.com/obituary/Giorgio-Coraluppi
Pittsburgh Tribune article: https://triblive.com/business/technology/pittsburgh-entrepreneur-giorgio-coraluppi-remembered-as-tech-pioneer/
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