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Bealor Appointed Broadcast Electronics VP of Sales
Quincy, IL - Apr 9, 2009 - Tim Bealor has been appointed vice president sales for Broadcast Electronics (BE). The senior executive will be in charge of the company's RF and Audio Vault customer base and network of local representatives around the globe.
Bealor began his career at Broadcast Electronics as a technician in 1975, and has served a variety of technical, support, product management and marketing positions with the company, most recently as vice president, RF products. In his new role with BE, Bealor will take over sales duties from Debra Huttenburg, who is leaving the company on April 14 to pursue a non-radio industry opportunity with Panduit.
Bealor attended Purdue University and served in the U.S. Navy. In 1977, he moved to Illinois with Broadcast Electronics from Maryland, where the company was founded.
Deb Huttenburg joined BE in November 2007. She previously held positions with Harris, Channel Master, Galaxy Engineering Services and Andrew.
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