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Mimo Monitors Saddened to Share That Charles (Chuck) Frame, Vice President of Global Sales, Passed Away

Mimo Monitors Saddened to Share That Charles (Chuck) Frame, Vice President of Global Sales, Passed Away

Mimo Monitors loses valued and beloved coworker, friend, and team member

Mimo Monitors, is saddened to share that Chuck Frame, Mimo Monitors’ Vice President of Global Sales, has recently passed away after a short battle with leukemia. Having been with Mimo Monitors since 2014, Chuck was integral to the tremendous growth the company has seen over the last five years.

Chuck managed many of Mimo Monitors’ largest sales accounts and played an important role in most of the company’s product launches and successes. But beyond his professional achievements and accomplishments, Chuck was hardworking, collaborative, and kind.

“Chuck was the first person I hired when I acquired Mimo Monitors. Right away I could tell he was the kind of guy I’d want on my team. He had a charisma about him that made him loved by everyone he met.” said CEO of Mimo Monitors, David Anderson. “Over the past five years Chuck has become a valued friend and confidant. We bonded over our love for classic cars. He was into Chevelles and I love Mustangs (but I never held that against him). He would call me through video chat six or seven times a day just for a quick question or to chat. Now sadly, my days seem way too quiet and I miss those calls, and him, very much.”

Chuck made a large impact on many of Mimo Monitors’ team members due to his non-political, uplifting, and jovial nature.

“I met Chuck in winter 2018 and we hit it off right away. We made an immediate connection and I knew he would be one of those coworkers that I would be friends with for life. Whenever we were together at trade shows we would always make each other laugh. Unfortunately, our time was cut short and I was only able to spend 19 months with him,” said Mike Campagna, CMO of Mimo Monitors. “Customers loved him, as did everyone at Mimo. I will miss him always.”

As Chuck would have wanted, Mimo Monitors will continue to focus on servicing customers with flexible, premium solutions, and a customer-first approach. In honor of Chuck, Mimo Monitors will be donating 5 percent of all revenue for Black Friday weekend to The American Cancer Society.

About Mimo Monitors:

Mimo Monitors, established in 2008, is a global expert and industry leader in small touchscreen monitors, displays, and tablets. Designed with a solutions-first approach, Mimo Monitors believes in creating small footprint and high value displays that drive innovation and provide a seamless experience for digital signage, conference rooms, kiosks, point of purchase, point of sale, hospitality, retail, and more.

Centered in providing touchscreens with human touch, Mimo Monitors puts customer service first, offering personalized, detail-oriented service to ensure client satisfaction. Focused on flexible and customizable solutions, Mimo Monitors touchscreens are intuitive to use, easy to deploy, and sleek in design, all while enhancing productivity and user experience. The Mimo Monitors world-class team has deployed Mimo Monitors solutions in locations throughout the world for Fortune 500 companies, both in the US and around the world.


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Nov 14, 2019 • Posted by Linda Hofflander

I was so sorry to hear this news! Chuck was my first contact at Mimo Monitors. He was so easy to work with and always had a smile on his face. He will be missed by the entire Skykit team. Such a loss. To Chuck’s family and “work family”… you ’ll be in our thoughts and prayers. Such a loss to us all.

Nov 14, 2019 • Posted by Robert Watson

My condolences to MIMO for the loss of your collegue.

My condolences to his family as well.

Nov 14, 2019 • Posted by Connie Fillippelli

So sorry to here about his passing. He will be missed.

I love my little monitor and use it often.

Nov 14, 2019 • Posted by DOUGLAS MCDONNELL

Please know you have our deepest condolences on the loss of your colleague

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