The Protection Bureau Bolsters Company With 4 Appointments
The Protection Bureau has hired Bryan Lippincott as project manager.
EXTON, Pa. — The Protection Bureau has appointed four people to its team.
Bryan Lippincott will serve as project manager for the company. With 13 years of security industry experience, Lippincott has expertise in the installation of access control, CCTV, life-safety and intrusion detection systems. A member of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), he also holds an A+ computer license from the New Jersey Burglar & Fire Alarm Association (NJBFAA).
An industry veteran with more than 20 years’ experience in networking, surveillance and access control, Bill Tully is now the company’s service manager. Prior to joining The Protection Bureau, Tully spent 12 years with ADT Security Services.
The company has promoted Bill Fisher to the position of central station manager. In this role, Fisher will manage all functions of the in-house central station, including managing staff. Fisher originally served as a central station operator when he joined The Protection Bureau in 2008. The Five Diamond-certified Fisher has experience in Micro Key, Videofied, Millennium and Sedona databases.
Sandra Wolf will now serve as national accounts manager, where she will be responsible for managing relationships with national customers, such as Sallie Mae, AAA, and AT&T. A 21-year security industry veteran, Wolf joined The Protection Bureau in 2002.
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