Sam Sulliman is a former U.S. Secret Service Agent of 20 years. He held supervisory positions at the White House Presidential Division and as Special Agent-in Charge of the Vice Presidential Protective Division. He has conducted numerous advances and security surveys in the U.S. and foreign countries. From 1974-1975 he was assigned to inspection and audit of National Security Service Offices.
His last assignment was Agent-in Charge of the Connecticut office with administrative, investigative and security survey supervision. Mr. Sulliman was Administrator of Corporate Executive Protection of the chairman and vice chairman worldwide for the Flour Corporation. His duties included maintaining and developing local, state, federal and international contracts in intelligence communities and Law Enforcement Agencies. He also conducted worldwide investigations relative to theft, fraud and embezzlement.
Mr. Sulliman moved to Pennsylvania in 1986 and started a security department for U.S. HealthCare, which at its peak had a staff of 46 security officers, technicians and administrative staff. With his technicians and vendors, Mr. Sulliman designed and installed CCTV, card access, fire and emergency systems in the Blue Bell complex and in nine field offices across the country.