Humke Named Ops Director for Harris


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Cincinnati - Feb 5, 2002 - Harris Corporation announced the appointment of Patricia Humke as director of operations for its Broadcast Communications Division’s studio products and systems operations. Humke will be based in Cincinnati and will oversee the production and installation of all radio and TV studio products and systems.

A 26-year veteran of HCD manufacturing, Humke has previously held positions in manufacturing management in Quincy, IL, Cambridge, England and most recently at the facility in Carlsbad, CA, as director of Harris Pacific operations.

The recently consolidated HBD studio products and systems operations also announced the following promotions and appointments: Robert Benjamin has been promoted to manufacturing manager from supervisor of radio systems engineering for Harris Pacific in Carlsbad, and Scott McCammon has been promoted to supervisor, audio console assembly and test; Douglas Bevington has been named manager, product support engineering in Cincinnati from manager, product support engineering in Carlsbad; and Craig Tabler assumes the responsibility as manager, factory acceptance and field installation.




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