Mike Miller, vice president and the co-owner of Moon Security Services in Pasco, Wash., was announced today as the newly elected president of the National Burglaar and Fire Alarm Association (NBFAA).
Also elected were NBFAA Treasurer David Koenig of Capitol Fire & Security in Madison, Wisc., and NBFAA Vice President Counte Cooley of Electronic Sales Company in Gainesville, Ga. This is Cooley's third two-year term as vice president.
All of NBFAA's elected officers took on their new role on the first of July.
The NBFAA released the following background on its newly elected board members:
"An industry executive for more than 30 years, Millerâ€™s involvement with NBFAA includes past chair of both the Public Relations and the False Alarm Committees. He is currently chair of the Budget Committee and co-chair of the Investment Committee. Miller served NBFAA as treasurer of the association from 2000 through 2001 and from 2005 through June, 2007 and is the 2005 recipient of the NBFAA Sarah E. Jackson Memorial Award. His industry involvement at the state level includes serving as president and past president of the Washington Burglar and Fire Alarm Association. Following one year in his role as vice president/president elect, Miller will assume the two-year role of NBFAA president. "
"Koenig has been involved in the security industry since 1981. He served as an NBFAA board member from 1991 through 1993 and from 2002 through 2005. He was recognized by NBFAA in 1993 as the Professional Alarm Technician of the Year. He has served on the NBFAA Executive Committee as a one-year vice president since July 2006."
"With 49 years in the industry, Cooley has served six years as an NBFAA board member and four years as president of the Georgia Burglar & Fire Alarm Association (GBFAA). Cooley was also involved in chartering the new Georgia Electronic Life Safety and Systems Association and was the force behind the associationâ€™s successful 2005 New Member Double Bonus Program. Cooley ran against George Bish, project manager, MasTec Advanced Technologies, for the vice president position."