SBE Names Scherbring as Ennes Trustee

He replaces Baumgartner and joins Garlinger and Peterle
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INDIANAPOLIS — The SBE Board of Directors has appointed Dale Scherbring, CPBE, to serve as as a trustee of the Ennes Educational Foundation Trust.

Scherbring takes over for Fred Baumgartner, CPBE, CBNT, who resigned April 9 after serving as a trustee for 25 years.

SBE President Jim Leifer, CPBE, said Scherbring’s “30 years of broadcast engineering and SBE membership... will be invaluable in helping the Trust achieve its educational mission.”

Trustees are responsible for the operation of the Ennes Educational Foundation Trust. The two other current trustees are Douglas W. Garlinger, CPBE, CBNT, of Fishers, Ind.; and Tony Peterle, CPBE, of Miami.

[Read about Tony Peterle’s February 2018 appointment to the Ennes Education Foundation Trust.]

Scherbring has been an SBE member since 1985 and has held many SBE positions with chapters in Wisconsin and Nebraska. He was first SBE certified in 1986 and earned his CPBE in 2001.

He is regional engineering director for Sinclair Broadcast Group. Based in Timonium, Md., he manages the engineering for 24 TV stations across the northeastern United States and has done so since 2015. He is also currently project managing the FCC repack for 99 Sinclair stations.

Scherbring began his career as a master control operator/maintenance engineer at KDUB Channel 40 in Dubuque, Iowa. He moved on to WXOW Channel 19 in La Crosse, Wis., where he worked as a maintenance engineer and then as chief engineer. From there, Scherbring joined Pappas Telecasting in Omaha, where he began as chief engineer and then was promoted to vice president/director of engineering. In 2013, he accepted the position of vice president of engineering with Burst Communications, a systems integration company based in Denver.

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