Wayne Alarm Systems Appoints Jeffrey Kahn as COO, General Manager

Wayne Alarm Systems has appointed Jeffrey Kahn as the company’s new COO and general manager.

Kahn comes to Wayne Alarm Systems with an extensive knowledge and understanding of sales and general management. In addition, he has 25 years of experience in the security alarm business working at Dynamark Security Centers, Sentry Protective Systems and Ultraguard Protective Systems.

“The management team gave a great deal of thought and process in the decision to appoint Jeff Kahn as COO, general manager, and we are confident that he is an excellent choice,” stated Wayne Alarm Systems President Ralph W. Sevinor.

“Jeff’s passion for the critical life safety profession, as well as his inclusive team building nature will be a welcome addition to Wayne Alarm Systems. His talents and experience will go far in helping us achieve the next level in our mission to continue being a leader in our field. The Wayne Alarm Systems team, customers and the entire industry will all benefit from Jeff’s appointment.”

Wayne Alarm Systems of Lynn, Mass., offers complete security, communications, fire, long-range radio, access control, and CCTV systems for commercial, industrial, municipal, and residential applications. Its founder, Ralph Sevinor, is well-known internationally in the security field and has more than 40 years of experience in the electronic detection field having served as president of the CSAA , V.P of ESA and on numerous committees himself.

“I have full faith in our team along with Jeff’s skills and commitment, Wayne Alarm Systems will forge ahead to create a stronger, local, full service, hi-tech company – unsurpassed and the very best in our business,” added Sevinor

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