NBFAA new line-up: Miller, Koenig, Cooley

SSN Staff  - 
Wednesday, August 1, 2007

IRVING, Texas--Mike Miller, president and co-owner of Pasco, Wash.-based Moon Security Services was elected vice president/president-elect of the National Burglar & Fire Alarm Association, the association announced on July 10.
Miller will serve one year in this role and then assume the role of president, replacing current president George Gunning, on July 1, 2008. NBFAA presidents serve two-year terms.
Two others were also elected to NBFAA offices: David Koenig, partner in Capitol Fire and Security of Madison, Wisc., was elected to a two-year term as treasurer, and Counte Cooley, president of Electronic Sales Company of Gainsville, Ga., was reelected to a third two-year term as vice president. He defeated George Bish, project manager, MasTec Advanced Technologies for the post. All three board members' terms officially began on July 1.
Miller has been in the security industry for more than 30 years and has served on several NBFAA committees over the years. He also served as treasurer of the association and was the 2005 recipient of the NBFAA Sarah E. Jackson Memorial Award. Miller is an active member of his state association, having served as president of the Washington Burglar and Fire Alarm Association.
Koenig has been in the industry since 1981, has been an NBFAA board member and was named the NBFAA Professional Alarm Technician of the Year in 1993. Cooley has worked in the security industry for 49 years. He's served as an NBFAA board member for six years; he's served as president and is a founding member of the Georgia Electronic and Life Safety Systems Association.