Fiore Chosen as Interim Leader of CSAA, Replacing Doyle
The Central Station Alarm Association (CSAA) announced that Louis T. Fiore, president of L.T. Fiore Inc., will assume the position of CSAA International interim executive vice president beginning October 1, 2014, following the retirement of Steve Doyle. Fiore is a past president of CSAA (1997-1999) and currently serves as chair of the Alarm Industry Communications Committee and the CSAA Standards Committee. He also is chair of SIA’s Security Industry Standards Council. Fiore’s career includes posts at CBS Laboratories Inc., manager of product development at ADT Security Systems, president and co-founder of Cardinal Technologies Inc., vice president and general manager of the Security Products Division of Repco Inc., and vice president of engineering and purchasing for National Guardian Corp. For the past 20 years, he has worked in his own consulting practice.
Fiore was the 1992 recipient of the Security Industry Association’s George R. Lippert Memorial Award and the 2005 recipient of the CSAA Stanley C. Lott Award. In 1999, he was appointed by President Clinton to serve on the “America Burning” panel.
“The CSAA executive committee and I are thrilled that Lou has agreed to lead CSAA during this period of transition. Lou’s distinctive industry accomplishments uniquely qualify him for the position. I look forward to the next several months with confidence, knowing that the association is in good hands,” said Jay Hauhn, CSAA president.