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|Vice President, ITD, Missouri
Larry Fausett is a vice president for Finley Engineering and manages the telecom division at the corporate headquarters located in Lamar, Missouri. Fausett began his career at Finley Engineering as a summer intern in 1991 and was hired full time as a staff engineer in 1995. Since that time, he has progressed through supervisory roles, became a Licensed Professional Engineer, and is now a vice president of the company.Fausett’s expertise in outside plant has been utilized by designing numerous copper and fiber broadband networks, reviewing plans and specifications, and overseeing detailed cutover information for both large and small local exchange carriers. He also reviews contracts for building renovations, switches, access equipment, and fiber terminal transport equipment and has notable experience with RUS Loan Designs and post loan engineering services.
In 1994, Fausett was inducted into Chi Epsilon, the local chapter of the national civil engineering honor society. Fausett graduated in 1995 with Cum Laude honors earning a bachelors degree in civil engineering at the University of Missouri-Rolla and he currently lives near Lamar, Missouri with his wife and six children.
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