Our People

Aaron+Dickens

After getting a bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University, a Graduate Certificate in Financial Management from Cornell University, and working a few years in California in the finance industry, Aaron began his career in fire protection at Consolidated Fire Protection. Before starting at Delta, he worked as the Service Manager of another full-service fire protection service company in Auburn, Alabama. There, he helped grow their residual income substantially through service work, inspections and alarm monitoring accounts. During his time there, Aaron ran all office operations, and self-performed field installation, service, and inspection work.  Aaron is currently finishing a Master's of Science with a concentration in Management and Leadership.

Aaron has extensive knowledge and experience in the technical code requirements specifically pertaining to the inspection, installation and repairs of full-service fire protection systems, in addition to substantial finance, training, sales, and management/leadership experience.  Aaron finds a passion in studying the NFPA standards, and is frequently a point of reference on issues pertaining to: NFPA 1, 10, 17, 17A, 25, 70, 72, 75, 96, 101, 770, 2001, & 2010.

Aaron is responsible for the branch operations in St George, Twin Falls, and our two offices in Boise: both Delta and AEI Systems Group, while still providing assistance to our three other branches.  Aaron leads the acquisition efforts of Delta, seeking ethically strong and profitable companies to continue our ability to better service our customers.

Wanting to bring his wife, Erika, and two sons closer to family, Aaron moved back to Utah in July 2016 and joined the Delta team.

Aaron is the Director of Region Six (AZ, CA, CO, HI, NV, NM, UT, WY, Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, South Pacific, and Taiwan) on the Board of Directors for the National Association of Fire Equipment Distributors (NAFED).  He is active in the community through service opportunities and supports charities and the local community through the Boy Scouts of America, ice hockey, church, and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.