About the Board of Directors
Board Members are unpaid elected positions, held voluntarily by members committed to serve their industry and profession. Positions are held for a period of two years. Each Board Officer dedicates time beyond their routine duties to serve the members of the organization.
Years of experience: 9
Mr. Fluharty started out in the business of background investigations for national security. He established USSolutions, LLC in order to provide high quality investigations to the private sector.
Years of experience: 23
As the founder of Action Facility Management, Inc. Licensed in eight states Ms. Lewis provides security service to federal and commercial clients. Ms. Lewis was awarded WV Small Business Person of the Year.
Years of experience: 21
Mrs. Turley is the owner of Legal Investigative Services. She provides civil litigation support to attorneys and legal professionals specializing in investigations, legal process, research and acquisition, and surveillance.
William F. Gross
Years of experience: 32
Mr. Gross is retired U.S. Army Military Police. He holds an MS, MBA, CISSP and several industry certs, and an electrician's license. He owns a security company that installs and maintains video surveillance and alarm equipment.
Position: VP Investigation
Years of experience: 22
Mr. Moore is a NRA certified firearms instructor who began his career working in uniformed and plain clothed security. He works body guard details as well as conducting investigations.
Position: VP Training
T. William Signorelli
Position: VP Security
Mr. Signorelli is a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) and holds both a Master’s and a B.S. degree in Criminal Justice. His experience includes more than 40 years of management in security, loss prevention and criminal justice.
Private Investigator and Security Professionals of West Virginia was founded in 1993 and is the oldest continuing organization of its kind in West Virginia. This association was originally formed to oppose legislation which would negatively impact the profession. While this has continued to be an objective, we have continued to evolve. Our mission now is to improve the level of professionalism and integrity by sponsoring legislation, encouraging networking, cooperation and mutual assistance among members, and providing continuous training and education for our membership, serving to enhance the capabilities of the Private Investigators and Security Professionals in our organization.
PISPWV strives to improve the level of professionalism and integrity by sponsoring legislation, encouraging networking, cooperation and mutual assistance among members, and providing continuous training and education for our membership.