Serving over 115 Southern California City Locations.



     AR13362                                                                                              Contractor Licenses 478006
Providing Security Solutions to Southern California Since 1961
Issue #30        Formerly known as "Bill's Lock & Safe Service",  "Commercial Lock & Security"     May 4, 2016
302 W. Katella Ave   
Orange, Ca. 92867 
127 N. Raymond Ave.
Fullerton, Ca. 92931
Store Hours 8:30am to  5:00pm  Mon. - Fri. 
Closed Sat. & Sun.
714 633-1499


A Quick Look At What We Do.


Sales,Service, Installation or Repair of:
Keys Duplicated
Locks Re-keyed
Code Cut keys
Pick Open Locks
Key Control
Door Hardware
Safe Service
Safe Deposit Box
Masterkey Systems
Desk Locks
File Cabinet
Door Closer
Panic Hardware
Electronic Access
Security Cameras
Alarm Systems
Alarm System Takeovers
Alarm Monitoring
Custom Fabrications
Locksmith Training
And Much More...
We are Dealers for:
Von Duprin
Sargent Lock
LCN Door Closer
Adams Rite
Alarm Lock
Corbin Russwin
US Lock
Keri Systems
Galaxy Control System
Dedicated Micros
  And Many More...
Top 50 Chat Acronyms Parents Need to Know

1. 8 - it means ate, it also refers to oral sex

2. 1337 - Elite -or- leet -or- L337

3. 143 - I love you

4. 182 - I hate you

5. 1174 - Nude club

6. 420 - Marijuana

7. 459 - I love you

8. ADR - Address

9. AEAP - As Early As Possible

10. ALAP - As Late As Possible

11. ASL - Age/Sex/Location

12. CD9 - Code 9 - it means parents are around

13. C-P - Sleepy

14. F2F - Face-to-Face, a.k.a. face time

15. GNOC - Get Naked On Cam

16. GYPO - Get Your Pants Off

17. HAK - Hugs And Kisses

18. ILU - I Love You

19. IWSN - I Want Sex Now

20. J/O - Jerking Off

21. KOTL - Kiss On The Lips

22. KFY -or- K4Y - Kiss For You

23. KPC - Keeping Parents Clueless

24. LMIRL - Let's Meet In Real Life

25. MOOS - Member Of The Opposite Sex

26. MOSS - Member(s) Of The Same Sex

27. MorF - Male or Female

28. MOS - Mom Over Shoulder

29. MPFB - My Personal F*** Buddy

30. NALOPKT - Not A Lot Of People Know That

31. NIFOC - Nude In Front Of The Computer

32. NMU - Not Much, You?

33. P911 - Parent Alert

34. PAL - Parents Are Listening -or- Peace And Love

35. PAW - Parents Are Watching

36. PIR - Parent In Room

37. POS - Parent Over Shoulder -or- Piece Of Sh**

38. pron - porn

39. Q2C - Quick To Cum

40. RU/18 - Are You Over 18?

41. RUMORF - Are You Male OR Female?

42. RUH - Are You Horny?

43. S2R - Send To Receive

44. SorG - Straight or Gay

45. TDTM - Talk Dirty To Me

46. WTF - What The F***

47. WUF - Where You From

48. WYCM - Will You Call Me?

49. WYRN - What's Your Real Name?

50. zerg - To gang up on someone

Our Licenses & Permits

C10 - Electrical Contractor
D28 - Door and Gate, Activating Devices
C28 - Lock & Security Contractor
D16 - Hardware & Safes
C61 - Limited Specialty
C7 - Low Voltage
Contractor License - 478006
Locksmith Permit - LCO646
Alarm Company Operators - License 4166
Safety Trained - Ladders, Lifts and Booms

  Markets we serve
Multi-location Companies
Medical Manufacturers
Hospitals / Care Facilities




School Districts


Police / Fire Service




Office Buildings


Multi-Tenant Buildings


Commercial Properties


Property Management



New Career
Are you or someone you know thinking about a new career?


Comlock Security Group, Inc. has been teaching locksmithing courses for over 23 years.

We are a private vocational school approved to operate in California specializing in training students for careers in the rapidly growing field of security. Our programs are designed to teach the student the technical skills necessary for an entry-level position with prospective employers. Our courses are a mix of lecture and hands-on training conducted at our fully equipped facility in the city of Orange, in Southern California. 

As never before, Americans are concerned with security.  Help the public upgrade the security of their homes and business by becoming a locksmith today.  The School of Security Technology is a locksmith school that has been training men and women in Southern California for careers in locksmithing since 1991.   

Our locksmithing program courses are designed to allow students to gain a clear and basic understanding of the locksmith industry and the specific functions of a general locksmith.  We provide hands-on experience that will assist an individual who is seeking job opportunities in the locksmith industry.

Our curriculum is updated periodically, our instructors have a minimum of fifteen years experience in the locksmith industry, and you could be our next graduate!
For additional information or to tour our school facility call 714 633-1366 or visit our website.
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  • Locksmithing
  • Security Cameras
  • Alarm Systems
  • Electronic Access Control Systems
  • Safes
  • Alarm Monitoring
  • Key Control Systems
  • Sales
  • Installations
  • Service
  • 24/7/365
714 633-1499
Communications: Bluetooth vs. *NFC
Smartphone access control
NFC, short for Near Field Communication, is a short range wireless RFID technology that makes use of interacting electromagnetic radio fields instead of the typical direct radio transmissions used by technologies such as Bluetooth.

By Paul Bodell
Aug. 9, 2013 

Smartphone access control is well past the concept stage and every day more keypad, proximity reader and biometric based systems are being replaced by solutions that use your smartphone as your credential. Why are people making the change? The answer is simple; because smartphone access control is convenient, less expensive and more secure than those older technologies and your phone has essentially become your constant companion.

Keypad systems can be pretty inexpensive; however they lack any sort of real security as PIN numbers are easily shared. Keypads also do not offer activity or audit trail information. Finally, you have to reach out and touch the keypad which is not only inconvenient, it is also unsanitary.
Proximity reader based systems offer higher security, especially if used in conjunction with a keypad, but they are still inconvenient and expensive. Managing cards or fobs for tenants, visitors and temporary workers can be an administrative nightmare and the cost of the cards adds up quickly. What's worse, not all cards work with all readers so if you need access to multiple facilities, you will likely have to carry multiple cards; not very convenient.

Biometric readers offer a higher level of security as it is almost impossible to share but the devices can be very expensive, they are often standalone solutions where you have to enroll people in each device which can be very inconvenient and most require that 'touch' factor.

Alternatively, smartphone-based access control systems are convenient, less expensive and more secure. They are convenient because you are already carrying your phone with you and you are far less likely to leave your phone behind than you are a proximity card. In fact, some have called smartphone access control the new biometric since they are permanently attached to the users' hand, especially the under 40 crowd. Smartphone systems are also less expensive since you no longer have to deal with replacing cards and they are secure and can be protected with a PIN number so if the phone is lost, it can't be used. Since everyone has a sense of ownership of their phone, unlike their proximity card, they are far less likely to loan someone their phone to get into a building.

If you prefer something that is more convenient, less expensive and more secure, smartphone access control is the right choice for you and the only decision you have to make is what type of smartphone access control to use. There are two technologies that can be used for smartphone access control, Bluetooth and NFC (Near Field Communication).

Bluetooth readers have a major convenience advantage and that is read range. They can work up to 30-feet away and the professional quality readers have the ability to adjust read range for each application. With a Bluetooth reader you can open a gate or garage without rolling down your window or open a door without taking your phone out of your pocket or purse. NFC readers only work from a few inches away forcing you to take your phone out of your pocket every time so they are really no more convenient than a proximity card.

Bluetooth readers also represent a lower overall cost of ownership than NFC readers as virtually every mobile phone already has Bluetooth and NFC is a new technology that is just being rolled out. It is expected that by 2016 not even 50 percent of the phones in use will have NFC on them so if you select an NFC- based system, you will likely have to purchase phone or NFC sleeves for your clients who don't have the latest greatest phone.

Both Bluetooth and NFC readers are equally secure from hacking. There is an academic argument that Bluetooth readers are more open to a man-in-the-middle attack because of the read range which technically is true but it is unlikely that someone is going to spend tens of thousands of dollars in equipment and engineers to foil a $300 access control reader.

Longer read range also offers a significant security advantage. With NFC readers you are forced to mount the readers on the unsecure side of the door where they are exposed to vandals, thieves and the elements. With Bluetooth readers, you can mount the readers on the secure side of the door, even put them out of sight behind a wall or in a ceiling where they are safe.

So if you haven't started thinking about smartphone access control, it's time to start.
Paul Bodell is the president and chief executive officer of ECKey, Lancaster, Pa.

Mobile Apps for
    Access Control Systems.

Brivo Inc.  September 21, 2015

Brivo Inc, the worldwide leader in cloud-based physical access control systems, today announced the release of Brivo Mobile Pass, a digital credential solution that lets users unlock doors with their smartphones.
As an enhancement to the existing Brivo OnAir® access control system, customers can immediately distribute mobile credentials to their entire user population without any on-premise equipment changes.
Available now on both iOS and Android, Brivo's Mobile Pass Application revolutionizes physical security by immediately delivering access control via smartphones without having to install new door readers. Brivo Mobile Pass serves as a mobile complement to physical key cards and readers, and is fully interoperable with existing door reader technologies.
"We are giving all of our customers five free Brivo Mobile Passes so that they can use it immediately," said Steve Van Till, CEO of Brivo. "Mobile credentials are changing the way access control works. It's not just about convenience and improved security-although that's a huge part of it. It's that we are improving the relationship with the people who come and go from the spaces we protect."
Brivo's previously released Brivo OnAir Mobile Application already provides administrators full accessibility to manage their system from a smartphone; now with Brivo Mobile Pass, all users can open doors using their smartphone.
"Our customers have been requesting the ability to open doors with their phone," said Taylor Carr, Sr. Vice President of Business Development at Securadyne Systems. "With Brivo Mobile Pass, we now have the means to service that need, all without changing any hardware or sending out a technician. It's proof of the value of a true cloud solution."
How Brivo Mobile Pass Works
Brivo Mobile Pass is a cloud-based mobile credential system that is part of the Brivo OnAir platform.  From a workflow perspective, the Brivo OnAir administrator selects a user and creates a Brivo Mobile Pass invitation that is delivered via email. The user then clicks the "Add" button in the email to activate Brivo Mobile Pass on their phone. The user can now open doors as they would have with a key card, however, Brivo's cloud authentication is far more secure because of the cloud-based authentication. As with key cards, Brivo Mobile Passes can be revoked at any time by the administrator.
For users, the Brivo Mobile Pass Application is much more convenient and secure than traditional key cards. It travels with them wherever they carry their phone, and it's protected by passcode and biometric capabilities built into the smartphone. When the user wants to open the door he/she simply opens the Brivo Mobile Pass application. It communicates with the cloud using the smartphone's capabilities and requests that the door be opened. No key card is needed. Brivo

Galaxy Access Control Systems
Walkersville, MD (February 9, 2016) - Galaxy Control Systems has released two new mobile apps that enhance the unique capabilities of the company's powerful System Galaxy access control software solution. Each app is designed to provide users with greater control capabilities for common functions related to facilities and people from anywhere and at any time.
"Given the growth of mobile technologies, users expect to be able to control their facilities and people from wherever they are, without needing to be tied to a desk or terminal," said Robert Laughlin, President, Galaxy Control Systems. "These two mobile apps are designed to put the power of System Galaxy in the palm of authorized users' hands to make access control management more convenient, efficient and effective."
The DoorPoint app provides authorized security personnel with the ability to manage a facility's doors to enhance security. Through the app, users can remotely lock, unlock and pulse doors, view door status and activity report data from System Galaxy. Additionally, DoorPoint allows users to save certain doors and clusters for easy access and streamlined operation. In an emergency situation, the app also allows security personnel to activate and reset crisis modes if necessary and to view current crisis mode status.
PersonPoint allows authorized users to activate and de-activate cardholders remotely, with the added benefit of viewing e-mail activity reports provided by System Galaxy. Users can search for cardholders by name, department or other data fields, further enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of access control software.
Both DoorPoint and PersonPoint apps are available for download at Android and Apple stores. 
HID Global

AUSTIN, Texas  -  HID Global® , a worldwide leader in secure identity solutions, today announced the release of its  HID Mobile Access® solution,  which delivers a more secure and convenient way to open doors and gates while introducing a simple secure identity management process.
The solution includes everything necessary for organizations to immediately begin using Bluetooth Smart and NFC-enabled smartphones and other mobile devices as an alternative to keys and smart cards in today's increasingly popular BYOD mobility environment.  The solution also makes it possible for users to unlock doors and open gates from a distance using the company's patented "Twist and Go" gesture technology. 

HID Mobile Access is used with the company's mobile-enabled iCLASS SE® and/or multiCLASS SE® readers, and includes Mobile IDs, HID Mobile Access Apps and access to the HID Secure Identity Services™ portal for managing users and issuing or revoking Mobile IDs.  The mobile-enabled readers are also interoperable with 125 kHz HID Prox and high-frequency technologies including iCLASS Seos®, iCLASS SE, standard iCLASS®, MIFARE®, and MIFARE® DESFire® EV1, which optimizes flexibility for using both cards and mobile devices.

"Powered by our award-winning Seos technology, HID Mobile Access opens a new chapter in the creation and management of digital identities for mobile access by making it possible to open doors using the broadest range of smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices - without the need for additional sleeves or other accessories," said Selva Selvaratnam, senior vice president and chief technology officer with HID Global. 

"Already proven in a number of successful pilots at major universities and businesses, our  HID Mobile Access solution offers more secure, convenient and flexible access control, along with a best-in-class Mobile ID delivery process that is as easy and straightforward as downloading music.

NFC phones:
The definitive list
Last updated on 15 April 2016
This is an exhaustive, comprehensive and accurate list of all the handsets that are available around the world.

Acer Cloud Mobile 

Acer E320 Liquid Express 

Acer Liquid Glow 

Acer Liquid S2 

Adlink IMX-2000 

Alcatel One Touch 922 

Alcatel One Touch 996 

Alcatel Onetouch Idol 2 

Alcatel Onetouch Idol 2 Mini S 

Alcatel Onetouch Idol 2S 

Alcatel Onetouch Pop Fit 

Amazon Fire Phone 

Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus 

Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus 

Apple Watch 

Asmaitha Sruta 7 Tablet 

Asus MeMO Pad 8 (ME581CL) 

Asus Padfone 2 

Asus Padfone Infinity 

Asus Vivo Tab 

Asus Vivo Tab RT 

Asus VivoTab Smart 

Asus ZenFone 2 

BBK Vivo Xplay 

Benq T80 

BlackBerry Bold 9790 

BlackBerry Bold 9900/9930 

BlackBerry Classic 

BlackBerry Curve 9350/9360/9370 

BlackBerry Curve 9380 

BlackBerry Passport 

BlackBerry PlayBook 

BlackBerry Priv 

BlackBerry Q10 

BlackBerry Q5 

BlackBerry Z10 

BlackBerry Z30 

Blu Life Pure XL 

BQ Aquaris M5.5 

BWC ToughSlate 7 

C-Mii 1 

C-Mii 3 

Casio DT-X8 

Casio G'zOne CA-201L 

Casio IT-800 

Cat S60 

Cetrix CB250 

Cetrix CD661 

Cetrix CT973G 

Cetrix CV300 

Dell Venue 11 Pro 

DLI 9000 

Faea F1 

Faea F2 

Faea F2S 

Famoco FX-100 

Firefox OS Flame 

Fujitsu Arrows A 

Fujitsu Arrows µ F-07D 

Fujitsu Arrows Kiss 

Fujitsu Arrows Tab 

Fujitsu Arrows V 

G.To N800 

Gentag GT-601v2 

Gionee Elife E7 

Google Nexus 10 

Google Nexus 5 

Google Nexus 5X 

Google Nexus 6 

Google Nexus 6P 

Google Nexus 7 (2013) 

Google Nexus 9 

Google Project Tango tablet 

Hike X1 

Hike X1D 

Hisense Sero 7 Pro 

HP Elitebook Revolve 

HP Elitepad 900 

HTC Desire 500 

HTC Desire 510 

HTC Desire 610 

HTC Desire 620 

HTC Desire 816 

HTC Desire C 

HTC Desire Eye 

HTC Droid DNA/HTC J Butterfly 

HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE 


HTC First 

HTC Incredible 

HTC Mini 

HTC One 

HTC One M8 

HTC One M9 

HTC One Max 




HTC Ruby/Amaze 4G 

HTC Windows Phone 8X 

Huawei Ascend G300 

Huawei Ascend G6 4G 

Huawei Ascend G600 

Huawei Ascend G7 

Huawei Ascend Mate 7 

Huawei Ascend P2 

Huawei Ascend P7 

Huawei Ascend Y201 

Huawei G620S 

Huawei Honor 6 

Huawei Mate 8 

Huawei P8 

Huawei Sonic/Turkcell T20 

Huawei TalkBand B1 

iBerry Auxus Nuclea N2 

iOcean X8 

Jolla by Jolla 

Kuoziro FT701W NFC Tablet 

Kyocera Hydro Elite 

Kyocera Hydro Icon 

Kyocera Hydro Vibe 

Kyocera Torque 

Lenovo K800 

Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 

LG Fx0 

LG G Flex 

LG G Flex 2  

LG G2 

LG G3 

LG G3 Beat/LG G3 S 

LG G4 

LG G5 

LG Intuition 


LG L50 

LG L70 

LG L90 

LG Mach 

LG Optimus 3D Max 

LG Optimus 4X HD 

LG Optimus Elite 

LG Optimus G 

LG Optimus L5 

LG Optimus L7 

LG Optimus LTE 

LG Optimus LTE Tag 

LG Optimus Net 

LG Optimus Vu 

LG T530 Ego 

LG V10 

LG Viper 

LG Volt 

Lumigon T2 

Lumigon T2 HD 

M3 Android NFC Communicator 

Megafon Mint 

Meizu MX3 

Microsoft Lumia 640 

Microsoft Lumia 650 

Microsoft Lumia 950 

Microsoft Lumia 950 XL 

Motorola Droid Maxx 

Motorola Droid Mini 

Motorola Droid Razr 

Motorola Droid Razr HD 

Motorola Droid Razr M 

Motorola Droid Razr M 4G LTE 

Motorola Droid Razr Maxx HD 

Motorola Droid Turbo 

Motorola Droid Turbo 2/Moto X Force 

Motorola Droid Ultra 

Motorola MC75A HF 

Motorola Moto X 

Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE 

Motorola Razr D3 

Motorola Razr i/MT788 

MTS 975 

Nextbit Robin 

Nokia 603 

Nokia 700 

Nokia 701 

Nokia 801T 

Nokia 808 PureView 

Nokia C7/Astound 

Nokia Lumia 1020 

Nokia Lumia 1520 

Nokia Lumia 2520 

Nokia Lumia 610 NFC 

Nokia Lumia 620 

Nokia Lumia 720 

Nokia Lumia 730/735 

Nokia Lumia 820 

Nokia Lumia 830 

Nokia Lumia 920 

Nokia Lumia 925 

Nokia Lumia 928 

Nokia Lumia 930 

Nokia Lumia Icon 

Nokia N9 

Nokia Oro 

OnePlus One 

Oppo Find 5 

Oppo Find 7 

Oppo N1 

Orange Infinity 996 

Orange San Diego 

OrientPhone P6 Plus 

Panasonic BizPad 

Panasonic Eluga 

Panasonic Eluga Power 

Pantech Discover 

Pantech Sky Vega LTE 

Pantech Sky Vega Racer 

Philips Xenium W336 

Porsche Design P'9981 

Porsche Design P'9982 

Prada phone by LG 3.0 

Runbo X6 

Samsung Ativ Odyssey 

Samsung Ativ S Neo 

Samsung Ativ SE 

Samsung Galaxy A3 

Samsung Galaxy A3 (2016) 

Samsung Galaxy A5 (2016)  

Samsung Galaxy A7 (2016) 

Samsung Galaxy Ace 2

Samsung Galaxy Ace 4 LTE

Samsung Galaxy Ace Style

Samsung Galaxy Alpha

Samsung Galaxy Avant

Samsung Galaxy Axiom/Samsung Galaxy Admire 2

Samsung Galaxy Core 2

Samsung Galaxy Core Advance

Samsung Galaxy Core LTE

Samsung Galaxy Exhilarate

Samsung Galaxy Express

Samsung Galaxy Express 2

Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 LTE

Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime

Samsung Galaxy K Zoom 

Samsung Galaxy Mega 

Samsung Galaxy Mini 2 

Samsung Galaxy Note 

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 

Samsung Galaxy Note II 

Samsung Galaxy Premier 

Samsung Galaxy Round 

Samsung Galaxy Rugby LTE/Pro 

Samsung Galaxy S Advance 

Samsung Galaxy S Blaze 4G 

Samsung Galaxy S II 

Samsung Galaxy S II Plus 

Samsung Galaxy S III 

Samsung Galaxy S III Mini 

Samsung Galaxy S4 

Samsung Galaxy S4 Active 

Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini 

Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom 

Samsung Galaxy S5 

Samsung Galaxy S5 Active/Sport 

Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini 

Samsung Galaxy S6 

Samsung Galaxy S6 Active 

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge 

Samsung Galaxy S7 

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge 

Samsung Galaxy Stratosphere II 

Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE 

Samsung Galaxy Young 

Samsung S5230 NFC 

Samsung S5260 NFC 

Samsung SHW-A170K 

Samsung Wave 578 

Samsung Wave M 

Samsung Wave Y 

Samsung Windows RT Ativ Tablet 

Samsung WP8 Ativ S 

Sharp Aquos Phone Serie 

Sharp Aquos Phone Zeta 

Sharp RW-T107 NFC Tablet 

Sharp RW-T110 NFC Tablet 

Smartisan T2 

Sonim XP1301 Core NFC 

Sonim XPand NFC 

Sony SWR10 SmartBand 

Sony Vaio Fit 

Sony Xperia Acro S 

Sony Xperia AX 

Sony Xperia C5 Ultra 

Sony Xperia E3 Dual 

Sony Xperia Ion 

Sony Xperia L 

Sony Xperia M 

Sony Xperia M2 

Sony Xperia M5 

Sony Xperia P 

Sony Xperia S 

Sony Xperia Sola 

Sony Xperia SP 

Sony Xperia T 

Sony Xperia T2 Ultra 

Sony Xperia Tablet Z 

Sony Xperia V 

Sony Xperia VL 

Sony Xperia Z 

Sony Xperia Z Ultra 

Sony Xperia Z1 

Sony Xperia Z1 Compact 

Sony Xperia Z2 

Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet 

Sony Xperia Z3 

Sony Xperia Z3 Compact 

Sony Xperia Z5 

Sony Xperia ZL 

Sony Xperia ZR 

TazTag TazPad 

TazTag TPH-One 

The Toughphone Defender 

THL 5000 

Toughshield R-500 

Toughshield T700 

Turkcell MaxiPRO5 

Turkcell T11/ZTE Racer II 

Turkcell T40 

Umi Cross 

Umi X2S 

Vertu Constellation 

Vertu Ti 

Vodafone Smart 4 Power 

Vodafone Smart 4 Turbo 

Vodafone Smart III 

Xiaomi Mi 2A 

Xiaomi Mi3 

Xolo X900 

Yota Devices YotaPhone (2014) 

Yulong Coolpad 8870 NFC 

Zopo ZP998 

ZTE Axon 

ZTE Blade II 

ZTE GoTa GH800 

ZTE Grand X IN 

ZTE Kis 

ZTE Nubia Z5 

ZTE Orbit 

ZTE PF200 

ZTE R233 

ZTE Turkcell MaxiPLUS5 

Comlock Employee Profile
Louis Rios
Meet - Louis Rios 
Experience -  24 years in the alarm industry.                 
Years with company - 3 years

Position at Comlock - Fire and Burglar Alarm installation technician for Spectrum Security, Inc.
Duties - Install/repair/service of alarm systems.  Training customers on alarm operations, Programming systems, Fire testing, Consultations. Designs/layouts.  

Lives in - Chino Hills
Hobbies - In his spare time he likes working on his house, going to concerts and watching hockey and football games with his family.
Family - Married for 23 years to wife Karon. They have a 18 year old son named Joshua who upon high school graduation will enlist in the US Navy.  They have two dogs, Max and Oso that keep them busy.  
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Paul Orloff
Answer:  Queen Mary, Long Beach, Ca .

April Contest

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127. N. Raymond Ave, Fullerton
714 738-3529
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302. W. Katella Ave,
714 288-7170
Comlock Security Group
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Comlock Security Group, Inc. |
    302 W. Katella Ave.
Orange, CA 92867-4705