Terry Daniels wins award
The chairman of the Daniels Electronics board, Terry G Daniels, is this year's recipient of the Radio Club of America's Fred M Link Award, "For his substantial contribution to the advancement and development of Land Mobile Radio and Communications."
Terry has been a driving force behind Daniels Electronics for the past 50 years.
He joined the family business in 1959. In 1963, in partnership with his brother, Ronald, they moved the family business to Victoria's James Bay area, near its present location. The two brothers established a full marine electronics marketing outlet and radiotelephone manufacturing operation.
The company originally produced a product line, mainly for the commercial fishing industry.
In 1981, with the decline of the fishing industry, Terry pursued and won a contract from the BC government to manufacture a radio repeater system for a province-wide mountain top communications network.
Encouraged by this success, he was convinced that this was an exciting new direction in which the company should focus its resources. Today the company manufactures, designs and services specialised radio communications equipment.
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