Lou Fiore Honored with CSAA's Prestigious Stanley C. Lott Award

Security Dealer contributor recognized for exceptional contributions to CSAA and alarm industry


Lou Fiore with the Stanley C. Lott Award The Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) is pleased to announce that former CSAA President Louis T. Fiore received the 2005 Stanley C. Lott Award on Wednesday, October 26 during the Annual Meeting's President's Dinner Dance.

The Lott Award recognizes those individuals whose contributions to CSAA and the industry are exceptional.

According to CSAA Executive Vice President Steve Doyle, "Lou has served not only as the President of CSAA, but as Chairman of the Alarm Industry Communications Committee (AICC), which has been responsible for our industry's representation before the FCC and Congress."

"Under his leadership, the AICC has doubled in membership in recent years and undertaken very large initiatives, such as VoIP, Licensing & Reciprocity and many others. His efforts as Chairman of the Standards Committee has lead to a reenergized standards writing effort that is keeping pace with current technologies," added Doyle.

"I am humbled and honored by this selection. It is privilege to be part of an industry from which I receive such great satisfaction," said Fiore upon receiving the award.

In 1999, Lou was appointed by President Clinton to serve on the "America Burning" panel. His career also includes posts at CBS Laboratories, Inc., ADT Security Systems, Cardinal Technologies, Inc., Products Division of Repco, Inc., and National Guardian Corporation. He was also the 1992 recipient of the George Lippert Memorial Award.

Past recipients of the Stanley Lott Award include Robert Bitton (1991), Patricia and Thomas F. Smith (1993), Robert A. Bonifas (1995), Steve Roth (1996), Robert L. Ohm (1997), Tom Lewin (1998), Isaac Papier (1999), Stanley Martin (2001), William (Bill) Moody (2002), Ralph W. Sevinor (2003), and John Mabry (2004).