Badger Meter elects new officers


Badger Meter, Inc. has announced that Gregory M. Gomez has been elected vice president – engineering, and Raymond G. Serdynski has been elected vice president – manufacturing.

Gomez, 43, has served as director of engineering since May 2007. He joined Badger Meter in 1984 as an intern with the Inroads program while a student at Marquette University. Following his graduation from Marquette with a degree in electrical engineering, he held several engineering positions at Badger Meter. He is a member of the Automatic Meter Reading Association and the Wisconsin Association of Research Management.

Serdynski, 51, joined Badger Meter in 1988 and has served in various manufacturing positions, most recently as director of manufacturing. Prior to his employment with Badger Meter, he worked for Phillips Circuit Assemblies, Square D Company and Honeywell. Serdynski holds a B.S. degree in electrical engineering from Marquette University and an M.S. degree in engineering management from Milwaukee School of Engineering. He is a member of the Society of Plastics Engineers and the Society of Manufacturing Engineers and serves on the board of directors of the Badger Meter Credit Union.