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Se-Kure Controls Announces Organization Changes

Se-Kure Controls has named Roger Leyden chairman of the board and CEO. Leyden, who founded the company in 1965, has been president of the company since its inception. He has guided the company from a small distributor of convex mirrors to one of the largest, most diverse manufacturers of security and safety equipment in the country, with three US-based manufacturing plants.

With Leyden moving to chairman and CEO, Laura Greenwell was named the company’s new president. has been with Se-Kure for 34 years, most recently as executive vice president of finance and personnel. In her new position, Greenwell will oversee the company’s two divisions; Se-Kure Controls and Se-Kure Domes & Mirrors. John Mangiameli was appointed executive vice president, responsible for sales and marketing for both divisions.

Previously as vice president of business development, Mangiameli has been with Se-Kure for 22 years. “These organizational changes position Se-Kure Controls for continued growth and strengthens our ability to meet the needs of our customers,” said Leyden.

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