01.23.2009 08:10 AM
Vitec Group Taps Hoeler as RF Marketing Boss
The Vitec Group’s RF Systems division has appointed Donald Hoeler as its new vice president of sales and marketing.
Donald Hoeler

Hoeler now oversees and manages all sales and marketing activities within RF Systems, which is comprised of microwave technology companies Nucomm, Microwave Service Company and RF Central.

“We are proud to have Donald on our team,” says Stephen Shpock, president of The Vitec Group RF Systems. “His more than 20 years of marketing and sales experience is sure to enhance our sales force and the level of exceptional service that we provide our customers.”

Prior to joining the Vitec Group RF Systems division, Hoeler worked eight years with K & L Microwave, a $60 million microwave and RF filter company located in Salisbury, Md., where he held the positions of general manager and vice president of sales and marketing.

Prior to that, was Hoeler was the director, for six years, of the Telecommunications Business Area/Military Programs Office at Boeing Electron Dynamics Division (now L-3 ETI) in Torrance, Calif., a manufacturer of commercial and military microwave equipment.

“The broadcast market place is an exciting side of the RF microwave industry as there are many technological changes taking place everyday,” said Hoeler. “When we look at the transition into high definition and IP connectivity, RF Systems’ thrust is to be on the front end of supplying the product and services that are going to help our customers continue to grow in their respective markets.”

Hoeler has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Georgia. He also holds Certificates in Advanced Management and Executive Marketing from the University of Southern California and UCLA, respectively.

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