The Bell team, at your service.
Chuck is ultimately responsible for the performance of the company and the overall success of the business.
Chuck’s daily routine includes interaction with our suppliers as well as working with customers in the sales and service roles that match his years of experience. Chuck started his career in the Bell service department in 1973.
Michelle manages sales throughout eastern PA, DE, and MD. She consults with providers and administrators and offers demos and training on Bell’s portfolio of instruments and equipment. Michelle will be staffing our booth at regional and national conferences.
Michelle has worked in the ophthalmic instrument sales arena for over 10 years. After a brief hiatus, she is back in our eye world.
Tony is responsible for managing our technical support staff. He oversees and schedules service calls, in-house instrument repairs and installation of our equipment.
Tony has worked in service engineering and management roles for almost 30 years. 2020 marks Tony’s 20th anniversary at Bell.
Craig provides servicing and repair of all products within our portfolio throughout our region. He is also an important part of our technical installation team. Craig is quite experienced having joined the Bell team in 2005.
Tina provides office support to our team of Field Service Technicians. She is the customer contact for all questions on service issues. She logs service reports and manages our loaner inventory.
Tina has been an essential part of our service team since 2001.
Denine provides support to the Sales Team, which includes providing quotations, ordering inventory and processing all sales orders. Denine is available to answer your questions regarding delivery and order status.
Denine joined the Bell administration team in 2018.
Penney joined Bell during the summer of 2019. She handles the bookkeeping activities for the company, working closely with our outside CPA.
Penney takes care of Accounts Payable and makes sure our vendors’ bills are paid on time.
Accounting questions should be directed to Penney.