Badger Meter execs ring Closing Bell on Wall Street

Members of the Badger Meter Inc. executive management team rang the Closing Bell on May 26 at the New York Stock Exchange in celebration of the company’s 110th anniversary.

“The two Milwaukee entrepreneurs who invented the first ‘frost proof’ water meter in 1905 never imagined their original invention would be the foundation for a company that has grown to become a worldwide leader in flow measurement technology,” said Richard Meeusen, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Badger Meter. “Ringing the Closing Bell today recognizes both our 110 years of industry-leading technology and product innovation, as well as our growth and success as a public company.”

Members of Badger Meter’s executive management team participating in the bell ringing ceremony are Meeusen; Richard Johnson, senior vice president – finance, chief financial officer and treasurer; Fred Begale, vice president – engineering; William Bergum, vice president – general counsel and secretary; Raymond Serdynski, vice president-manufacturing; Kimberly Stoll, vice president – sales and marketing; and Dawn O’Neill, manager – investor relations.

Milwaukee-based Badger Meter specializes in flow measurement and control products, serving water utilities, municipalities, and commercial and industrial customers worldwide. The company’s products measure water, oil, chemicals and other fluids.

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