The original Seacoast Security Systems, Inc. started 1976 in a 6 room addition to former partner, Don Tracy’s, home in West Rockport. In June 1986, Seacoast moved to 290 West Street in West Rockport, renovating a one story ranch home and adding a second story. Since then, Seacoast has built onto the existing structure, including the UL specified Central Station, executive wing, offices, and conference room.
We are located at: 290 West Street (Rte. 90), West Rockport, ME 04865
The phone number for our Central Station is (888)-654-2228.
For our Main Office, call (800)-654-8800.
IT Manager at Seacoast Security
Eric started his work with Seacoast Security as a subcontractor while working for a computer company in 1988. At this time, he assisted the central station with software and hardware upgrades. In late 1997, Seacoast Security offered Eric a position as IT Manager so that he could become directly involved in assisting the company with computer-related tasks. Overall, Eric has been with Seacoast for 25 years and is in his 16th year as a full Seacoast employee. His role at Seacoast is focused on doing “whatever it takes to get the job done.” On the side, Eric enjoys restoring classic cars and motorcycles, building models from small scale to large ¼ scale RC airplanes, playing guitar, repairing vintage guitar amps, woodworking, fabrication, and he even built the home he lives in now! However, he says his greatest accomplishment has been his children, “the rest was easy in comparison.”
Mike has been working for Seacoast Security since 1995. However, he has been involved in the alarm industry since 1986. His skills and expertise in this field have been an incredible asset to our company and we are very happy to call Mike a member of the Seacoast family!
Human Resources Manager
Karen has been a member of the Seacoast team since 2009. She holds a Masters in Business Administration and Human Resource Management from Thomas College, and is currently studying to sit for her the Senior Professional in Human Resources certification. Karen is a long-time community volunteer; she has been a part of the Basket project in Waldo County for many years, making and delivering baskets of food for families to have healthy Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners. She also helps deliver hot Thanksgiving dinners to those who are inbound in Kennebec County. She is very active in clubs and sports programs, enjoys developing her hobby as a photographer, and recently discovered a likeness for hiking. Karen also loves gardening vegetables, often growing so much that she gives a good portion of them away.
Monitoring Operations Manager
Paul started working for Seacoast Security in October 2010. He started in the monitoring operations management industry as a night shift dispatcher for Eastern Security Systems in Portland, Maine. He was promoted up through the supervisor positions into management, and then senior management. Other positions he has held include General Manager of Monitoring Center for Comsec Narragansett Security, Director of Monitoring for Protection One Commercial Monitoring Center in Portland, Maine, and Director of Monitoring for Devcon Security in Hollywood, Florida. Paul enjoys spending his free time at the Cabin on East Grand Lake fishing, hunting, riding his ATV, relaxing with a book, looking at the lake, and listening to the loons.