The Society of Professional Locksmiths, along with partnering hardware manufacturers PDQ Hardware, Door Devil, and Global Security Experts came to the aid of crime victim Linda Duncan of Indianapolis, IN. While at church, Mrs. Duncans home was broken into and her late husband's Purple Heart was stolen.
SOPL Managing Director Barry Campbell, owner of Altic Lock Service in Indianapolis, coordinated with partnering hardware manufacturers to secure Linda Duncan’s home with a heavy duty PDQ deadbolt, Door Devil jamb and door reinforcement, an OnGard door brace from Global Security Experts, a new entry lock, and a sliding door lock; all at no cost to Mrs. Duncan.
“I am humbled by the generosity of these manufacturers and the coordination by the leadership of the Society of Professional Locksmiths to assist a family member of one of our nation's war heros.” Tom Lynch, Founder of the SOPL said. “These manufacturers and Barry went above and beyond the call of duty and I salute them for demonstrating their respect and honor of Cleon Duncan’s service to our country.”
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Nice! Wish we had more publications like this to reflect on the positive side of locksmithing. There seems to be an awful lot of negative publicity due to the few bad apples out there who take advantage of people and give us a bad name.
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