ESA taps new president and officers
The Electronic Security Association has installed Marshall Marinace, owner of Yorktown Heights, N.Y.-based Marshall Alarm Systems, as its president for the next two years.
Marinace’s presidency was one of five new officer appointments announced at ESA’s annual membership meeting held during ESX 2014 in Nashville.
Marinace has been involved in the security industry for 38 years, and his alarm company was founded in 1976. He also has a longstanding involvement with ESA, serving in several different capacities with the association, including multiple terms as vice president, chairperson of the Membership Committee and liaison to the Standards and Fire Life Safety Committee, among other roles, according to an ESA news release.
“Having been involved with association boards and committees for the past 30 years and counting, my personal goal is to continue the legacy and ongoing development of strong leadership that has made ESA the foremost industry association,” Marinance said in a prepared statement. “I am therefore honored and humbled to have been given the opportunity to fill the role as ESA president for the next term.”
The following industry practitioners were also elected to ESA roles:
-- Dee Ann Harn, CEO of RFI Enterprises, elected to one-year term as vice president
-- Chris Mosley, president of Complete Security Systems, elected to two-year term as vice president
-- Angela White, executive vice president of Central 1 Security, elected to two-year term as vice president
-- Jon Sargent, industry relations / government affairs for Tyco Integrated Security, elected to two-year term as secretary