Malady Named Regional Engineering Director For Bell Atlantic Mobile

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Malady Named Regional Engineering Director For Bell Atlantic Mobile

August 27, 1997

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Howard Waterman


BEDMINSTER, N.J. -- Kyle Malady, of Montville, N.J., has been named

regional director of engineering for Bell Atlantic Mobile in northern

and central New Jersey.

Formerly director of fraud technologies, Malady now oversees the

company's wireless network buildout, including real estate

acquisition, engineering and cell site construction.

He began his wireless communications career as an engineer for NYNEX

Mobile in New York in 1989, and progressed to senior engineer and

staff director of partnership relations.

A true professional, Malady was named to NYNEX's 1993 Executive Vice

President's Forum and won a 1992 President's Award, two top company

honors for outstanding performance.

Malady is a graduate of the University of Bridgeport, where he earned

a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering in 1991. He went on to

earn a master's degree in business administration from New York

University in 1997.

Bell Atlantic Mobile is the largest wireless service provider on the

East Coast and the second largest in the United States. The company

owns and operates the most extensive network in the East, covering

111,000 square miles, and the largest chain of wireless retail outlets

offering a full range of wireless personal communications services,

including voice, data and paging. Based in Bedminster, N.J., Bell

Atlantic Mobile has 4.9 million customers and 7,000 employees in the

Northeast, mid-Atlantic, Southeast, and, through a separate

subsidiary, in the Southwest. The company is the chief wireless

subsidiary of the new Bell Atlantic, formed through the merger of Bell

Atlantic and NYNEX corporations.

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