Conway Corp employees earn security certifications

Several Conway Corp employees recently completed certification training through the Arkansas Security Alarm Association in conjunction with the National Electronic Security Alliance.

Shawn Fason, Monitoring and Security Services Administrator, earned his Level 2 and Manager license certification.

Will Evans, Installer Technician, and Tommy Nolen, CATV Training & Special Projects Coordinator, completed their Level 2 license training.

Twenty-four employees were certified with a Level 1 license: Brent Brown, Jonathon Booth, James Buggs, John Davis, Bob Fason, Jason Fleming, Corey Free, Justin Kimbrow, Brent Garren, Aaron Julian, Daniel Lary, Tony Lemke, Wesley Manion, Sean Maxfield, Jeff Meredith, Jeff Meriweather, Justin Moore, Eleise Myers, Andrew Nelson, Aaron Reynolds, Brian Robinson, Jason Schaal, Jody Smith and Jacob Stewart.

The Arkansas Security Alarm Association is a group of alarm dealers, distributors and manufactures who have joined together for the benefit of the electronic security industry.



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