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Change at the Top for BE

Tim Bealor is now president of Broadcast Electronics
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This text has been updated with information about Joe Roark and to correct the year in which BE was founded.

Tim Bealor is the new president ofequipment company Broadcast Electronics. The company said the change was effective immediately.

Bealor began his career at Broadcast Electronics as a technician in 1975. Since then he has held technical, support, product management, sales leadership and marketing positions with the company. Most recently, Bealor was executive vice president of product development after being promoted in August.

“I am honored to be asked to lead BE into its 55th year and the next phase of the company’s growth,” said Bealor. He promised an exciting 2014 for BE and its customers.

Joe Roark had held the title of president/CEO of BEI Electronics; he has left the company.

BE is headquartered in Quincy, Ill. The company was founded in Silver Spring, Md., in 1959. Bealor moved from Maryland to Illinois when BE relocated to Illinois in 1977.

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