The National Burglar and Fire Alarm Association (NBFAA), Silver Spring, Md., announced the results of their 2005 Executive Committee elections. George Gunning, chief executive officer of USA Alarm Systems, Monrovia, Calif., was named vice president/president-elect. Counte Cooley, president of Electronic Sales Company, Gainesville, Ga., was re-elected for a second two-year term as vice president, and Mike Miller, vice president and co-owner of Moon Security Services, Inc., Pasco, Wash., was re-elected for a second two-year term as treasurer.

“NBFAA is very fortunate to have these talented individuals with such strong industry experience working on behalf of our organization. We have high aspirations for the coming year as we look toward enhancing NBFAA’s value to our membership, to the electronic life safety, security and systems industry, and to consumers,” said NBFAA President Scot Colby, Bayou Security Systems, Inc., Shreveport, La.

Gunning, currently a vice president of NBFAA, was uncontested for the vice president/president-elect position. An industry executive for more than 20 years, Gunning has also served as secretary for the association. Since becoming involved with the NBFAA through his local and state associations, he has chaired and served on various NBFAA committees.

Following one year as vice president and president-elect, Gunning will assume the role of NBFAA president next July, beginning a two-year term as president. Gunning, a past president of the California Alarm Association, was the recipient of the 2003 Morris F. Weinstock award.

Cooley has served three years as an NBFAA board member and four years as president and six years on the board of the Georgia Burglar and Fire Alarm Association (GBFAA).

In addition to numerous positions with NBFAA, Miller has also served as president and past president of the Washington Burglar and Fire Alarm Association. He was the most recent recipient of the Sara E. Jackson Award.