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Sabre Appoints Three Managers
Sioux City, IA - Nov 5, 2001 - Sabre Communications announced the addition of Jerry Chalup as national components sales manager for its Sabre site solutions division. Dan Verbeski has been appointed shipping manager, and Grant Gieselman has been named purchasing manager.
Chalup is responsible for components and wireless sales activities for Sabre site solutions. Chalup has more than sixteen years of sales experience in electronics and other related fields. A native of Sioux City, IA, Chalup received his degree in electronic engineering from Western Iowa Tech Community College.
Verbeski has been with Sabre since June of 1999. His new responsibilities will include storage and shipment of all types of towers manufactured by Sabre and managing all functions related to the shipping department. He will also be responsible for inventory management of shipments. Verbeski is retired from the United States Air Force, where he served as chief, intelligence information management branch, for the 81st fighter wing in Bentwaters, England.
Gieselman has eighteen years of experience in the field of purchasing for manufacturers. He is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the purchasing department. Gieselman has a lifetime purchasing certification, CPM and an APICS certification CPIM.
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