Doyle Security Systems COO Kevin Stone Appointed ESA Treasurer

Stone began his career with Rochester, N.Y.-based Doyle Security in 1989 and is a 32-year veteran of the alarm industry.

DALLAS — Kevin Stone, COO of Doyle Security Systems, has been appointed treasurer of the Electronic Security Association (ESA).

The purpose of a treasurer is to work collectively to provide good governance of ESA affairs and to set direction to optimize the growth and performance of the organization.

Each ESA Board Member has a responsibility for ensuring strategies and policies that are developed, discussed, and implemented will enable the organization to achieve its mission and vision — and to monitor the organization’s implementation of those strategies and policies, according to an announcement.

Stone began his career with Rochester, N.Y.-based Doyle Security in 1989 and is a 32-year veteran of the alarm industry. He started as a commercial security consultant and now has responsibility for sales, installation and service for Doyle Security’s eight branches. He is also responsible for the Doyle Medical Monitoring division.

Doyle Security specializes in intrusion, video surveillance, access control, carbon monoxide (CO) detection, fire alarm and central station monitoring for residential and commercial. The company has been in business for 103 years and has more than 40,000 accounts with an annual revenue of $30 million.

The company has won “Best Places to Work in New York” for four consecutive years, and is the largest security provider in New York State.

Stone is a Rochester Business Journal “40 Under 40” recipient, and the Rochester Police Rosewood Club recognized him with a Distinguished Service Award. He was recognized by Rotary International as Rotarian of the Year and was named a Paul Harris Fellow.

“It’s an honor to give back to an industry that has been so good to me. Both myself and Doyle Security are committed to progressing the electronic security industry — and there’s no doubt that ESA is an effective vehicle to do this,” Stone says.

Stone currently sits on the advisory boards of The Monitoring Association (TMA), Security Industry Alarm Coalition (SIAC), Resideo and the American Cancer Society. He is past president of the Akron Newstead Rotary and vice president of the Akron Central School District Board of Education. He is a past chairman of the Western New York Chapter of American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS), has CPP (Certified Protection Professional) certification and was a Crime Stoppers Board member.

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