Cam-Dex Security Names Dan Krumme President

Krummer previously served as branch manager in St. Louis

Cam-Dex Security Corp., a company focused on quality design, testing, and maintenance of integrated security systems, announced it has named Dan Krumme as its new President.

Krumme is the fourth-generation family member to be involved in the business operations of Cam-Dex Security Corp., a well-known security systems integration company with offices in Kansas City, Kan., and St. Louis, Mo. He is replacing John Krumme, who will continue in the role of CEO.

Since joining Cam-Dex in March 2013 as Vice President, Krumme has been instrumental in securing relationships with several national and international customers and helping to grow the company’s portfolio in the Healthcare and Government markets. In addition, he led Cam-Dex’s initiative to increase its product portfolio offering, specifically for security solutions for the Behavioral Health sector.

Krumme began his security career with Koorsen Fire & Security in January 2011 after completing a summer internship. He spent two years with Koorsen Fire & Security where he served as the National Accounts Project Coordinator.

In his new role as president of Cam-Dex Security Corp., Krumme will continue to help build the business, which has experienced significant growth within the last two years and increased its number of employees by 20 percent in 2019.

He and his wife Cori recently relocated to the Kansas City area, where the company’s headquarters is located, after serving as Branch Manager for Cam-Dex’s St. Louis office for the past six-and-a-half years.

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