Changes at Sabre Communications, Sioux City, IA:
Jerry Chalup joins as national components sales manager for the Site Solutions division. Grant Gieselman is appointed to the position of purchasing manager. Dan Verbeski advances to the position of shipping manager.
John Sweeney departs Motorola as vice president of Asia and North America IDEN infrastructure to join Kaval Wireless Technologies, Markham, Ontario, as president of its U.S. operations.
The Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association, Washington, appoints Don Listwin, president of Openwave Systems, Washington, to its board of directors.
Changes at Motorola, Schaumburg, IL:
Janilee Johnson, corporate vice president, advances to chief communications officer. David Devonshire, former chief financial officer of Ingersoll-Rand and Owens-Corning, joins as chief financial officer. Edward D. Breen head of the Networks sector, advances to president and is elected to the board of directors.
Thomas J. Starr, co-founder of the Kelso Starrs and Associates LLC consulting firm, joins Schott Applied Power, Rocklin, CA, as president.
Adel Faddah, consultant for JPS Communications, Raleigh, NC, advances to director of sales, Middle East.
Del King, E9-1-1 systems director for Greenville County, SC, for HTE, Lake Mary, FL, is promoted to vice president, public safety and justice systems with product management responsibility for more than 20 law enforcement, fire, EMS and justice products.
Tony Lane joins Midland Radio, Kansas City, MO, as senior vice president of its land mobile radio division, after spending 28 years at Motorola.
Richard A. Edwards leaves the Personal Communications Industry Association as production operations manager for frequency coordination to join Rockville, MD-based Shulman, Rogers, Gandal, Pordy & Ecker, P.A. as a part of the firm’s expansion of its FCC application preparation services.
Ron Spencer, national sales manager for the receiver division at ICOM America, Bellevue, WA, advances to the position of national sales manager in the Land Mobile division.