The Monitoring Association Announces Finalists for Excellence Awards


The Monitoring Association has announced its twelve finalists for the 2018 TMA Excellence Awards. SIAC salutes these individuals and companies for putting extra effort into better practices. High quality monitoring center practices typically means excellence in alarm management programs as well. The two go hand-in-hand.

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Listed in alphabetical order by company within each category, they are:

Monitoring Center of the Year Finalists: ADT, Affiliated, Vector

Monitoring Center Operator of the Year Finalists: Duane Hilton, ADT; Linda Reed, Dynamark; Patricia Fody, Vector

Monitoring Center Manager of the Year Finalists: Shari Wilson, ADT; Carmelo Mosca, Affiliated; Bill Fisher, UAS

Monitoring Center Support Person of the Year Finalists: Beth Bailey, ADT; Lamar Shroyer, Dynamark; Boris Pejic, G4S

The TMA Monitoring Center Excellence Awards recognize any FM Approvals, Intertek/ETL or UL-listed monitoring center (TMA members and non-members) and outstanding personnel who perform in the highest professional manner, thereby making a significant contribution to the betterment of the alarm industry and the alarm profession while demonstrating exceptional service to their customers and community.

The purpose of the awards program is to:

  • Establish and promote the inherent value of professional monitoring services in general.
  • Honor those who have made the most significant contributions to the service.
  • Promote the distinct level of professionalism attained by NRTL-approved monitoring centers.

The TMA Monitoring Center Excellence Awards are judged by a blue-ribbon volunteer judging panel appointed by TMA. The four winners will be announced at the Opening Reception of the 2018 Electronic Security Expo (ESX) on Tuesday, June 19. For past winners and more information, visit www.tma.us.

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