Comcast's Nobles Wins SCTE Award

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Pam Nobles, director of technical learning and development for Comcast Cable
Communications Inc., received the Society of Cable and Telecommunications
Engineers' '2002 Member of the Year Award' Wednesday.

Presented annually, the award recognizes an SCTE member who has made the most
significant contributions to the organization through active involvement in its
programs and efforts in a given year.

Nobles received her award at the trade group's 2002 Awards Luncheon, held
Wednesday during its Cable-Tec Expo in San Antonio.

Nobles is credited with playing a key role in the revamp of the SCTE's suite
of industry certifications. A dedicated advocate of technical training, she has
helped to change the industry's approach from traditional training methods to
those more current and comprehensive in scope.

In other news, the SCTE said Tuesday that it has re-elected Keith Hayes to a
second term as chairman and renamed individuals to a number of officer
spots.

Hayes, chief operating officer of Gibson Technical Services, goes into his
second term following a year in which the SCTE expanded its standards
program.

The trade group also re-elected the following officers: William David
(Communications Supply Group) to treasurer, Steve Allen (Cisco Systems Inc.) to
Western vice chairman, Bob Foote (Arris) to Eastern vice chairman and Wes Burton
(AT&T Broadband) to secretary.

For more news from the Cable-Tec Expo, please visit the Web page of sister
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