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Gregory Siegelman is the new vice president of marketing for Bosch Security Systems’ Americas region.
He comes to Bosch from Eastman Kodak Co., where he was director of operations – Americas for its digital camera division. Siegelman has also held marketing roles at Bell South, Sharp Electronics and Xerox.
Monitronics Int’l Inc. has hired Larry Lingerfelt as its Midwest regional sales
Lingerfelt was most recently a regional sales manager for Digital Security Controls (DSC) and was also once president of Clarksville, Tenn., security contractor Alert One.
Chris Sincock is AccessID’s new vice president of business development.
Sincock most recently served in the same role for HID Corp. and has also held senior positions with Lenel Systems Int’l, Pittway Corp., The Wiremold Co. and Stanley Works.
Ivan Spector, president of Montreal’s Sentinel Alarm Co., is the new member of the Central Station Alarm Association’s (CSAA) Board of Directors.
Melissa Maranda is the National Burglar and Fire Alarm Association’s (NBFAA) new government affairs manager. She was previously its government affairs coordinator.
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