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ATMC Promotes Jeremy Noble To Vice President Of Information Services

By Christina Haley O'Neal, posted May 15, 2018
ATMC, a member-owned cooperative providing communications services, has announced that Jeremy Noble has accepted the role of vice president of information services, according to a news release.

Noble replaces Keith Holden who was named ATMC’s CEO and general manager in March, officials said in the release.

Formerly the director of information systems at ATMC, Noble has been employed with the company for over 17 years.

He received his bachelor’s degree from East Carolina University and has more than 20 years in the information systems and technology field with a specific focus in software development.

“We know that Jeremy will do a great job leading our Information Services department at ATMC,” Holden said in the release. “His experience and knowledge of Information Systems and Technology, as well as his longtime commitment to our cooperative make him a wonderful addition to ATMC’s senior leadership team.”
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