MariTEL Names Fyock Vice President Sales

Friday, October 26, 2001
Telecommunications industry veteran Lawrence R. Fyock has been appointed vice president sales for MariTEL. Launched in June 2001, MariTEL’s new Marine Wireless VHF Radiotelephone Network and Digital Selective Calling (DSC) currently covers the Gulf of Mexico and lower Mississippi River. Fyock’s will be responsible for MariTEL’s sales activity as the Network expands nationwide over the next few years.

Fyock has over 19 years experience in telecommunications. He was most recently vice president ofsales and marketing for Digital Access, Inc. a facilities-based voice, video and data provider. Fyock was also a district director and vice president of sales and marketing for Sprint PCS, where he developed sales and marketing programs for the nationwide wireless provider. He has also held senior-level positions with RCN Corporation, U.S. Cellular, and Centel Corporation. Fyock earned an MBA from the University of Chicago and BBA from Loyola University and holds a CPA and CMA.

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