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Middle Atlantic Adds to staff
Fairfield, NJ - Aug 9, 2007 - Middle Atlantic Products has made several appointments to its staff. Jonathan Pope is now the company's second regional sales manager in the Western USA. Pope will report to Sales Director Whitt Adams and will be responsible for supporting and assisting Middle Atlantic Products customers throughout the 13 western states with particular focus on the Pacific Northwest area.
Before joining Middle Atlantic, Pope worked as the western regional manager for Keywest Technology and Focus Enhancements.
Richard Lefkowitz has also joined the company as electrical/electronic engineering manager, and Murray Williams has been hired as electrical/electronic products manager. Lefkowitz has more than 20 years experience in engineering management, project management and hands-on design in a broad range of technologies, including networking, datacomm and telecom, control and automation, and processor design. He was most recently with Crestron Electronics. Lefkowitz holds a B.E.E. degree and a Masters in electrical engineering.
Williams' experience includes a position with British Royal Aeronautical Establishment where he worked on the development of aeronautical avionics systems, a marketing-centric position with Dow Jones and a stint with Reuters where he provided consulting services for IP-based network computing and product management for web-based computing applications. Williams also holds a B.E.E. degree.
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