National Guardian gains Eagle Security

Brief
SSN Staff  - 
Thursday, February 1, 2007

NORWALK, Conn.--National Guardian, a growing integrator looking expand its national accounts business, announced this week the acquisition of Eagle Security, based in St. Louis. Terms of the deal were not announced, but Eagle brings 1,600 accounts of its own, and another 6,000 accounts it monitors on a third-party basis.
This marks the fifth acquisition National Guardian has made this year, as it goes about diversifying its geographic presence. In January of 2006, National acquired Corporate Security Management of Florida and Strong Alarm of Kansas City, Mo. In May, the company purchased TVR Service Systems & Engineering, of Auburn, Calif., and in September the company acquired Professional Security Monitoring of New York.
Bob Levy, who sold Eagle Security to National Guardian, will remain with the company as general manager of operations for the St. Louis area.
Davis Marketing Group served as intermediary for the transaction.