Bruce Telecom CEO resigns

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Bart Cameron has resigned as president and CEO of Bruce Telecom.

 

Bruce Telecom issued a statement last Wednesday with the announcement and indicated that Cameron’s resignation was effective that very day.

 

Cameron took over the lead executive role in 2011 when former CEO Eric Dobson left the company. Cameron had previously served as chief financial officer. Under his leadership Bruce Telecom expanded its broadband network, released its new branding and implemented Wi-Fi service in downtown Kincardine. The company is in the final steps of converting its governance structure to a municipal services corporation.

 

In a media release, the Bruce Telecom board of directors stated that it is “is thankful for Bart’s years of service and the leadership he has provided to Bruce Telecom and wish him the best in his future endeavours.”

 

In the interim, the board has appointed Director Thomas (Tom) Sullivan to assume leadership responsibility for Bruce Telecom during the search for a new president/CEO. Sullivan has 45 years of senior level experience in the industry and was appointed to the new board of directors last month.

 

“I am confident that Tom will provide excellent leadership for Bruce Telecom during our search for a new president/CEO,” said Bruce Telecom Board Chair Robert Watson.