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Zenitel promotes Bruce Czerwinski to Vice President position | Security News

Electric locking: more than meets the eye

Electric locking is among the most ubiquitous examples of everyday security. Yet the complexity of electric locks and the advanced technologies deployed to provide simple, dependable and, for the most part, impenetrable locking often goes unnoticed. And that’s a good thing: when we take things for granted, it usually proves they’re fit for purpose. As experts in the field of solenoid actuated designs, we’re okay knowing that remote electric locking solutions are taken for granted and that the design sophistication behind a functional and reliable locking assembly is often overlooked.
As readers of this journal will know, security takes many forms. Perhaps the most recognisable application of a security policy is the ability to lock something. A door to prevent access. A gate to control the flow of people or vehicles. Or shutters to guard against theft. Or to unlock a turnstile

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Zenitel promotes Bruce Czerwinski to Vice President, Sales and Business Development

Zenitel has announce the promotion of Bruce Czerwinski to Vice President of Sales and Business Development.

Zenitel has announce the promotion of Bruce Czerwinski to Vice President of Sales and Business Development.

Kansas City, MO, October 12, 2020 — Zenitel, a leading supplier of intelligent and interoperable communication solutions, is pleased to announce the promotion of Bruce Czerwinski to Vice President of Sales and Business Development.

Czerwinski has more than 15 years in the security communications industry, having joined Zenitel in 2018 as Western Regional Sales Leader. In his time with Zenitel, Czerwinski has helped to contribute to unprecedented company sales growth and has established solid relationships with Zenitel customers.

As VP of Sales and Business Development, Czerwinski will be responsible for Zenitel’s North American go-to-market strategy and all sales-related functions, including sales engineering and sales operations. His reputation as a team player, passionate listener and strategist has earned him recognition from his colleagues.

“It is my extreme pleasure to share this news,” said Dan Rothrock,

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Bruce Prichard explains why Chris Masters had a disappointing run in WWE

Current WWE Executive Bruce Prichard has shared his opinion on what went wrong for Chris Masters during The Masterpiece’s first WWE run.

During a recent episode of Bruce Prichard’s Something To Wrestle With podcast, the current Executive Director of Monday Night RAW and Friday Night SmackDown suggested that it may have been a case of “too much, too soon” in reference to Chris Masters’ WWE push in 2005.

Prichard also stated that The Masterpiece’s “demons” perhaps got the better of him during this time period:

“I just think that Chris had his own demons during that time frame and they got the best of him, It was unfortunate, because I think that first of all, the human being – when you have Chris in a clearer head, I think he’s a sweetheart of a human being and someone that really wanted to make it in the business that had the

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Bruce Williamson, The Temptations’ former lead singer, dies from COVID

Joe Herndon (from left), Terry Weeks, Otis Williams, Bruce Williamson and Ronald Tyson of The Temptations perform during “The Temptations and The Four Tops on Broadway” at Palace Theatre on Dec. 29, 2014, in New York City. (Photo: John Lamparski/FilmMagic)

Bruce Williamson, 49, a long-running voice of The Temptations, has died from coronavirus.

The R&B singer died Sunday evening at Mountain View Hospital in Las Vegas, his business manager, Anta Ealy, confirms to USA TODAY. He was diagnosed with COVID-19 in late August, Ealy says, weeks after having his gallbladder removed. 

“There’s no words in the world that can express how I feel right now,” Bruce Alan Williamson Jr., the singer’s son, wrote in an emotional post on Monday. “I love you Daddy thank you for being awesome thank you for being loving thank you for being Who You Are. … We will meet again.”

“We mourn the loss of

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People in Business: Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech announced the appointment of Bruce Skyer as president and CEO.

Northampton – Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech announced the appointment of Bruce Skyer as president and CEO.

Skyer brings more than 30 years of strategic business consulting, management and operations experience in youth-service and healthcare sectors to Clarke. Skyer comes to Clarke from Child First, where he served as chief operating officer and grew a sustainable national model that supports more than 2,000 children.

Prior to Child First, Skyer led the National Kidney Foundation as CEO where he spearheaded a new operating model that doubled the number of patients served while reducing expenses. His leadership transformed the foundation which serves millions of patients and health-care professionals.

Clarke supports individuals who are deaf of hard of hearing – from newborns to seniors – with programs and customized services intended to meet listening and spoken language goals. The tailored approach includes a continuum of services for students and their families at

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