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Brady Hires Hilbourn, Davis, Tames-Hale, Forman And Padgett

By Jenny Callison, posted Dec 2, 2014
(Josh Padgett)
Brady, a company that provides HVAC solutions from commercial and industrial facilities throughout North Carolina, has announced the hiring of five people to its staff.

Quinn Hilbourn is a new boiler technicial assistant and Greg Davis (at left) is a boiler technician in the company's Wilmington service department. Hilbourn comes to Brady with two years of experience; Davis has nearly 30 years of experience in the field, according to a news release.

Julie Tames-Hale (at right) is Brady's new business development professional in the company's Existing Building Services Department in Wilmington. Tames-Hale has more than 20 years of sales experience, the release stated.
 
Ron Forman (at left) has been hired as an outside sales person for Brady's Parts Department in Wilmington, the release stated. Forman studied HVAC systems at South Florida Institute of Technology and has more than two decades' experience in the field.

Josh Padgett has joined Brady's Human Resources Department as director of education and training. Padgett earned his master’s degree from University of North Carolina Wilmington and has worked in the HR field for 18 years, the release stated.
 
Brady is headquartered in Greensboro and has locations in Raleigh, Durham, Fayetteville, Wilmington and Charlotte. Founded in 1962, it currently employs 357 people.
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