Professional Systems Network Names New Affiliates, Board of Directors

Sep 20, 2001 12:00 PM, Editors

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Professional Systems Network Inc. (PSNI), a 15-year-old nationwide network of audio and visual system integrators who design, develop and install A/V communications systems, announced two new affiliates: Crescent Communications Corporation and TEL Systems, formerly Thalner Electronic Laboratories Inc.

Crescent Communications Corporation (Kenner, La.) is a full-service audio and video equipment dealer, offering sales, service, system design and integration, and training to the broadcast, professional and industrial markets.

TEL Systems (Ann Arbor, Mich.) specializes in the design, installation, and maintenance of educational, industrial and broadcast video and audio systems.

In other PSNI news, the new members to its board of directors for 2001-2002 were recently elected.

Mark Temen, president of Audio Video Resources (Phoenix), was elected past president, where he will serve as the membership chairman and is responsible for new member recruitment.

Bruce Ferguson, president of Pacific Video Products (Orange County, Calif.) and past secretary for the Board of Directors, was elected VP of PSNI. In this role, Ferguson assists the president in managing all communications-related projects and the execution of the annual Reference catalog.

Stan Wagnon, president of Lubbock Audio Visual Inc. (Lubbock, Texas), was elected secretary. He will be responsible for the development and compilation of the procedural manual.

Joe Bereman, president at Duncan Video (Carmel, Ind.), was re-elected treasurer of PSNI, continuing his role as manager of all the organization's finances and preparation of the annual budget.

Stan Stanek, president and general manager of Alpha Video and Audio Inc. (Edina, Minn.), was elected member-at-large. This newly created, non-voting position contributes to special projects within the organization.

John Bluhm, president of Clark-Powell Associates (Winston, Salem, N.C.), continues to serve as president.

To learn more about PSNI services or about becoming a PSNI affiliate, visit the organization online at www.psni.org.






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