Huronia Alarm & Fire Security Inc. appoints David P. Clark president
October 16, 2019 By SP&T Staff
Huronia Alarm & Fire Security Inc. has announced the appointment of David P. Clark to the role of president, effective Oct. 7, 2019.
“As Huronia continues to expand through ongoing acquisitions and new product and service offerings, we realized that a change to our organizational structure was required in order for us to continue to provide the level of service that is expected from us by our valued customers, shareholders and staff. David brings a specific skill set that will be invaluable to our continued success,” said Rob Thorburn Jr., CEO of Huronia, in a prepared statement.
Huronia says Clark is an accomplished business and technology leader with over 30 years of security solutions industry knowledge. Clark began his career in the engineering department of Digital Security Control (DSC). When DSC was acquired by Tyco International, Clark was appointed engineering operations manager and was then promoted to senior engineering director. Clark was based for a time in Italy, responsible for the integration of an acquired engineering department into the Tyco corporate infrastructure. In 2016, Johnson Controls International purchased Tyco International, and Clark facilitated the integration of the engineering component of the merger of the two companies while providing support for offshoring infrastructure development in India.
“As a key member of our senior management team, David will be responsible for overseeing and managing the day-to-day operations at Huronia, across our three business locations. He will also be responsible for developing and executing strategic plans for continued growth in targeted areas throughout central Ontario as well as within our business division silos,” Thorburn said.
“I am very excited to be joining Huronia and to have the opportunity to work with this great group of people. I believe Huronia has the building blocks in place to allow us to continue to grow while maintaining focus on providing our customers with unrivaled home and business solutions,” said Clark, also in a statement.
With three offices in central Ontario, Huronia provides of home and business security and monitoring services, CCTV, fire and safety, lock, key and safe products and services, home theatre, audio and video consultation and entertainment room design, as well as cabling and smart home wiring.
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