Cliff Tam, a recent graduate from the University of Nevada, Reno, joins PanaVise Products, Reno, NV, as associate products manager.
Matt Moseley of the Atlanta Fire Department, Squad 4, wins the 1999 International Benjamin Franklin Fire Service Award for Valor, sponsored by Motorola, Schaumburg, IL, and the International Association of Fire Chiefs. Moseley demonstrated courage during the helicopter-assisted rescue of Ivers Sims, who was stranded on a construction crane 250 feet above the seven-alarm fire at the Fulton Bag & Cotton Mill in Atlanta on April 12.
Sammy A. Miles, former president of SigNet Paging, Raleigh, NC, joins In-Touch Management Systems, Melville, NY, as director of sales and marketing.
Changes at Glenayre Technologies, Charlotte, NC: The company’s three operating units, Wireless Messaging, Wireless Access and Integrated Networks, have been consolidated into the following business unit: Warren Neuburger, executive vice president of products, previously the head of the Integrated Networks Group, now manages the consolidated product management, engineering and customer service functions. Bill Edwards, who previously managed Integrated Networks’ sales, becomes senior vice president of worldwide sales. John Rottenburg, senior vice president of operations, has responsibility for manufacturing and logistics. Gary Hermansen, previously head of Wireless Access, becomes senior vice president and general manager of the consumer products business unit. Stan Ciepcielinski, previously chief operating officer, resumes that position.
Ian Maxwell leaves CommSite International, Vienna, VA, as vice president, site acquisition, to join SiteSafe, Arlington, VA, as vice president of operations.
Don Jones departs IBM as director of public sector industry marketing to join Tellabs, Lisle, IL, as vice president of North American sales.
Andy Merrill leaves Motorola as field engineering manager for the Western region, headquartered in Carlsbad, CA, to join Metawave Communications, Redmond, WA, as vice president, customer operations.