Joseph T. Deckman
Represents the following amounts paid under (a) our 401(k) retirement plan and (b) our employee stock purchase plan, both of which are applicable to executive officers on the same basis as all eligible employees, and (c) interest related to the Executive Supplemental Plan (also called the "Restoration Plan"), which is designed to allocate to executive officers amounts not eligible for contributions under the qualified plans because of limitations imposed by the Internal Revenue Code: for Mr. Huffer, (a) $11,600, (b) $2,820 and (c) $9,173; for Mr. Clauer, (a) $8,400, (b) $780 and (c) $632; for Ms. Beithon, (a) $9,600, (b) $1,560 and (c) $957; for Mr. Porter, (a) $8,321, (b) $1,560 and (c) $0; for Mr. Johnson, (a) $7,871, (b) $1,560 and (c) $0; for Mr. Deckman
, (a) $3,600, (b) $675 and (c) $4,340; and for Mr. Stordahl, (a) $9,600, (b) $1,560 and (c) $1,858.
Pursuant to Mr. Deckman
's employment and resignation agreements described on page 24 under "Resignation Agreements and Change-in-Control Arrangements," the fiscal 2004 amount for Mr. Deckman includes (a) a lump sum severance payment in the amount of $313,300 equal to 12 months base salary, (b) base salary from December 5, 2003 through July 17, 2004 in the amount of $192,800, (c) a lump sum payment of $141,334 for the net value of non-vested stock options for 69,750 shares, (d) a lump sum payment of $561,928 for the net present value of 52,197 non-vested "Pool B" shares under the Partnership Plan, (e) medical benefits in the amount of $14,256, (f) outplacement assistance payments in the amount of $10,000, and (g) a monthly car allowance from December 5, 2003 through July 17, 2004 in the amount of $5,684.
...Mr. Deckman's employment with Apogee terminated on December 5, 2003, approximately one month prior to the closing of the divestiture of Harmon Glass Company, our former wholly-owned subsidiary, of which Mr. Deckman was the President.
(6) Bonus paid in lieu of any transaction bonus payable to Mr. Deckman
for completion of the sale of Harmon Glass Company
, our former wholly-owned subsidiary, to which he
may have been entitled under his
executive incentive plan.
...Joseph T. Deckman
and Stordahl expired on their last day of employment with Apogee
...Joseph T. Deckman
Huffer, Clauer, Deckman
and Stordahl and Ms. Beithon participate.