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After a career in the insurance business, Ealey joined Tramac as a consultant in 1989, helping set up a new and modern information system. He held several positions within Tramac as controller, vice president of finance and administration, sales manager and vice-president of sales.
When Ingersoll Rand purchased most of Tramac’s assets, Ealey assisted in the transition, and then he returned to Tramac to lead the company’s Boom and Attachment business.
Ealey is survived by his wife of nearly 40 years, Ginger; two daughters, Jennifer and Katie and her husband, Andy; a granddaughter, Noelle; two brothers and one sister.