Peninsula Fiber adds account director, NG911 techs

MARQUETTE–Peninsula Fiber Network LLC, the Upper Peninsula-based provider of fiber optic-based telecommunications and Next Generation 911 services throughout Michigan, Wisconsin, and parts of Minnesota, announced the addition of Anthony Vissman as its new regional account director for government accounts.

Vissman has been in the sales and marketing fields for over 30 years as an account executive, director of business development, and sales manager. He also owned and operated two different business enterprises. He has worked with small independent retailers as well as enterprise-level national companies. For the last seven years he has developed the Mid-Michigan region for Casair and most recently Point Broadband.

“Anthony’s vast experience in telecommunications will allow PFN to better serve our NG-911 and government partners,” said Jason Bordeaux, PFN director of sales. “His strategic thinking, detail-oriented nature and broad sector knowledge are all valuable assets to our growing company and for our customers.”

Vissman is a graduate of Central Michigan University.

PFN also announced the addition of Brent LaJoie and Steven Kuhns to its Next Generation 911 team in Marquette.

LaJoie is a U.S. Army veteran with extensive telecommunications experience, having worked with CenturyLink and Michigan Broadband Services in Michigan and Wisconsin over the past 24 years.

Kuhns is a U.S. Air Force veteran with extensive telecommunications experience having worked for CenturyLink and Acentek throughout Michigan for over 25 years.

“PFN is growing rapidly, and we are fortunate to hire Brent and Steve,” said PFN General Manager Scott Randall. “They both bring invaluable experience and knowledge. They will work with our Next Generation 911 team where their previous work experience and skills will be utilized.”

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