Promotions at the American Mobile Telecommunications Association: Jill M. Lyon advances from director for regulatory relations to vice president. Lynne D. Mallonee moves up from director to vice president of communications and association services.
James Jones leaves PRTM, an operations management consulting firm in Mountain View, CA, to join Litton Solid State, Santa Clara, CA, as vice president.
Kasey O. Thompson, who previously owned his own construction firm, joins Western Communications, Boise, ID, as sales representative.
Jerry Miller departs Pro-Gard Industries, Indianapolis, as president to join Gamber-Johnson, Stevens Point, WI, as general manager.
Judith Areen, the executive vice president for law affairs of Georgetown University and dean of the Law Center, is elected to the board of directors at Geotek Communications, Montvale, NJ.
Yves Guyomar leaves Philips’ technical and industrial center in Brive, France, as manager to join Boonton Electronics, Parsippany, NJ, as president.
Glenn Ehley, director of PCS for AirNet Communications, Melbourne, FL, advances to vice president of sales and marketing.
Changes at Comserv, Memphis, TN: The board approves a plan to establish three separate companies: Comserv Consulting, Comserv Telecommunications Services and Comserv, the existing two-way radio and paging business. Mark S. Allen departs E.F. Johnson, Burnsville, MN, as vice president of engineering to join Comserv as corporate vice president. James G. Crinklaw, corporate vice president, is named division president, responsible for Comserv Consulting.
Amy Tesch leaves College Media, Great Neck, NY, as director of sales and marketing to join E Comm International, Tucson, AZ, as marketing assistant.
Changes at Wavetek, Indianapolis: Eric A. Meger departs Glenayre Electronics, Charlotte, NC, as director of satellite systems and corporate development to join Wavetek as wireless business unit manager. Cyrille Damany leaves Motorola’s European Paging Subscriber Division in Germany to join Wavetek as general manager of the Wireless Communications Division, Ismaning, Germany.