Sunstates Security Promotes Key Managers and Expands Operations

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Double-digit organic growth fuels new career opportunities

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Commitment to customer service and employee success continues to drive double-digit, organic growth at Sunstates Security. Sustained growth of 30% during the past four years has created several opportunities:

  • Rob Boyd has been promoted to Regional Manager, overseeing western North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Kansas. Since joining Sunstates in 2013 as Operations Manager in Charlotte, N.C., Boyd has excelled, with his performance as Branch Manager driving his latest advancement. Rob served in the U.S. Air Force as a military policeman, holding several security positions during his 20-year military career.
  • Bill Seneck has been named Branch Manager of the Nashville office. Previously serving as Operations Manager in Charlotte, N.C., Seneck now manages administration and day-to-day functions in Tennessee, Kentucky and Indiana. He has more than a decade of industry experience serving a wide range of sectors—from financial and healthcare institutions to manufacturing facilities and universities. Seneck served in the U.S. Air Force and retired from a law enforcement career in California.

In addition, Sunstates Security has recently filled two new roles, both created to meet the needs of the firm’s expanding client base:

  • Patrick Faulkner is the new Atlanta Branch Manager of Sunstates, following two decades of military and law enforcement experience. He will oversee daily operations in Georgia. During his tenure in the U.S. Air Force, Faulkner’s assignments included service as a “classified courier,” responsible for classified military documents and codes.
  • Timothy Twohig joins Sunstates as Regional Manager, responsible for expanding operations in New Mexico and Texas. A retired member of the U.S. Marine Corps, he brings more than 25 years of experience managing personnel in large and small organizations, with special expertise in human resources and customer relations. He also offers proven expertise in both operations and business development with a national security services provider.

“We are pleased to reward the efforts of exceptional managers and to welcome new leadership talent to Sunstates,” says President Glenn Burrell, who founded Sunstates Security after serving 20 years in Scotland Yard. “We look forward to the contributions of each of these individuals in their new roles.”

About Sunstates Security
Based in Raleigh, N.C., Sunstates Security provides uniformed security personnel and security consulting services to clients throughout the United States. The company is certified as a Women’s Business Enterprise by the Greater Business Women’s Council, a regional certifying partner of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).

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