Margery Cook, co-founder and President of KenMar, provides entrepreneurial, managerial and administrative skills to KenMar. Her history includes management, marketing, accounting, customer relations, tax preparation, contract review and business ownership.
Margery works closely with both vendors and Channel Partners to provide the best possible service to our customers.
Co-founder Ken Cook has been an expert in the field of vibration monitoring systems since 1982. He was the Western Region Instrumentation Services Manager for Bently Nevada before leaving to start KenMar Instrumentation Services in 2002.
It is Ken's commitment to excellence and customer satisfaction that is the basis of our company.
Chuck Keezer is responsible for Services in the Eastern and Western regions in the USA. Chuck history in the machinery monitoring and protection systems is extensive, working in this field since 1974 with positions at Cal Poly SLO in the mechanical engineering department, Bently Nevada with the Systems and Instrumentation team, SKF Condition Monitoring as a Field Service Supervisor, Product Manager, Design Engineer and Supervisor of their R&D Lab. Chuck has also worked at Dymac, Spectral Dynamics, and Scientific Atlanta.
Chuck Keezer’s electronic design and production history includes the design of Dymac’s M800A machinery monitoring system and Spectral Dynamic’s Spectrum Analyzers and he has worked closely with motor and turbine manufacturers to develop specific test and measurement equipment.
Chuck Keezer states, “I truly believe that KenMar has some of the finest field service people in the country…and is poised to become a major force in the condition monitoring equipment industry.”
We were very pleased when Craig Campbell decided to join our team here at KenMar Instrumentation Services LLC, and we are looking forward to introducing him to you soon.Craig has spent 25 rewarding, and fulfilling years in the machinery vibration field, first with Bently Nevada as a product repair technician, he quickly moved up to Senior Service Representative for their western region. After leaving Bently in 2003, he was an electrical instrumentation specialist at a geothermal power plant before moving on to two years at RoMaDyn as a Senior System Specialist.