Pearl takes over as head of TWC’s central N.Y. operations
Henry J. Pearl has been named regional vice president of operations for Time Warner Cable’s central New York area.
Pearl assumes responsibility for day-to-day customer-facing operations in an area with more than 30 office locations stretching from the Pennsylvania border north to the St. Lawrence Seaway, with more than 1,600 employees serving more than 600,000 cable customers.
Pearl, 45, will work out of the company’s East Syracuse offices. The announcement was made by John Keib, president of residential services for the company’s Northeast/National Region.
Pearl returns to central New York having previously served as vice president of customer operations for the Syracuse Division from 2000-2003. Prior to that, he was east regional manager for Time Warner Cable, responsible for its systems in Rome, Oneida and Ilion in New York.
He most recently served as vice president of area operations for Metro Richmond (in Virginia) for Comcast Cable and had previously served as vice president and general manager for Comcast in its “Delmarva” (Delaware/Maryland/Virginia) system. He began his cable career with CVI in 1989, serving as system manager for CVI’s systems in Naples, Fla., and Oneida before joining Time Warner Cable in 1996.
Pearl, a native of Plattsburgh, N.Y., has a degree in finance from Siena College and served as a First Lieutenant Airborne Ranger in the U.S. Army from 1986 to 1989.