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NATE Announces 2010 Election Results
Watertown, SD - Dec 16, 2009 - The results of the National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) 2010 board of directors election have been announced. Three board members were re-elected to serve another two-year term: NATE Chairman Jim Coleman of Southern Broadcast Services, Vice Chairman Pat Cipov of Cipov Enterprises, and Board Member Ron Romano of Installation Services.
NATE also adds two new members to the board of directors: Dave Anthony and Jimmy Miller. They will begin their two-year terms on the NATE board at the NATE 2010 Annual Conference and Exposition in Lake Buena Vista, FL, Feb. 15, 2010.
Dave Anthony is president of Shenandoah Tower Service, a company specializing in turn-key wireless construction, tower maintenance, project management/consulting and crane services. He founded his business in 1983 after experience and training in the telecommunications industry. Anthony previously served three terms on the Board from 2001 to 2007.
President of Millerco and a voting member of NATE for many years, Jimmy Miller founded his company in 1997, growing it from a small business to a multi-million dollar enterprise with operational centers throughout the country. Millerco offers services in obstruction lighting, site inspections, grounds maintenance, civil services, lines and antennas.
Coleman, Cipov, Romano, Anthony and Miller will join previously elected board members Kevin Hayden of Hayden Tower Service, Kari Carlson of Tower Systems, and Jim Miller of Eastex Tower in managing the strategic direction of the association.
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