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Fluke names New Chief Corporate Metrologist

October 14, 2010
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Everett, WA. – Fluke Corp. , a global electronic test and measurement technology company, has named Jeff Gust as chief corporate metrologist.

Gust will oversee the Fluke primary metrology laboratories in Everett, WA.; American Fork, UT; Phoenix, AZ.; and Houston, TX, and will drive initiatives to unify and standardize metrology policies and practices across Fluke sites and measurement parameters.

Gust will report to Martin Girard, Fluke Calibration’s general manager, and will lead a team of metrologists across Fluke. He will also chair the Fluke Metrology Board.

Gust started his career in the US Marine Corps as a test, measurement and diagnostic equipment activity technician, and continued in metrology and calibration positions of increasing responsibility with Tektronix, GTE and Verizon. He was most recently general manager and vice president of Richard J. Bagan, Inc., a third-party service provider.

Gust is a recognized member of the international metrology community, holding active roles with several leading professional organizations. He has authored numerous technical papers on various metrology topics, is a recognized authority in proficiency testing and has performed more than 50 laboratory accreditation assessments. He holds a B.S. in Physics from Purdue University.

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