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September Employee Updates

August 29, 2022

Amanda Clements

Amanda Clements joined Lone Star Communications as Program Manager on August 29, 2022 at the LSAR/North Little Rock office and reports to Kevin Henderson. She brings more than six years of fire and life safety experience with a background in local government, as well as supervisory and project management experience with Siemens.

In Amanda’s spare time she enjoys traveling, spending time with her husband and dogs, riding her bicycle, hiking, and trying new restaurants.

Please join me in welcoming Amanda Clements to our team! She can be reached at: 501-404-6248, or

August 15, 2022

Daniel Deleon

Daniel Deleon joined Lone Star Communications as Service Technician on August 15th at LSGP and reports to Michael Traylor. He brings more than 4 years of electrical experience and has expertise in hospital nurse call systems.

In Daniel’s spare time he likes to watch anime, is a huge fan of MMA, likes to spend time with his family/friends cooking out, and most importantly being with his


Please join me in welcoming Daniel Deleon to our team! He can be reached at: (469) 493-8072, or

August 23, 2022

Kyle Cunningham

Kyle Cunningham joined Lone Star Communications as Systems Inspection Apprentice on August 22, 2022, at Grand Prairie and reports to Michael Langelier. He comes to us from the NAPA Auto Parts Distribution Center where he worked as a Warehouse Associate and brings a “can do” attitude to Lone Star Communications.

In Kyle’s spare time he likes to watch sports (Dallas fan, born & raised!) and game on-line with his friends. Madden is his current obsession!

Please join me in welcoming Kyle Cunningham to our team! He can be reached on his cell 469-442-7396 or

Shawna Falco retires after 22 years at Lone Star Houston

We recognized and reminisced with Shawna Falco on our 5th Wednesday pizza gathering on August 31 as she prepares to ride into the sunset on October 1 after 22 years with the company.

Shawna Falco

"Hi Ray, please find attached for my formal letter of resignation for my notice of early retirement.

This was not an easy decision at all, but based on the circumstances of especially this past year, I feel it is what I need.

I very much appreciate all the consideration & “work family love” that has been extended to me during these difficult times.

Sometimes words are not sufficient – but truly; thanks for everything ! I am most grateful. I will continue to be around and hope to stay in touch."

Kindest Regards,

Shawna Falco | Accounting, A/R Dept.



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