Deaton Retires From FCC in L.A.

The Los Angeles field office of the FCC is losing a long-time commission employee.
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The Los Angeles field office of the FCC is losing a long-time commission employee.

The CGC Communicator newsletter reported that Catherine Deaton, in charge of the Enforcement Bureau’s field office, will be retiring in August after 27 years with the FCC and 10 years as an undercover drug agent.

“As far as we are concerned, Catherine has been a breath of fresh air for the L.A. field office: the door has been open to all inquiries and concerns, the attitude of the office has been positive and the results impressive,” CGC commented. “Who could forget, for example, the home run hit by her team in putting jammer Jack Gerritsen safely behind bars?”

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