A Murray company has been mentioned in connection with a lawsuit filed by the Securities and Exchange Commission against a Las Vegas stock brokerage and eight other defendants.

Executive Services is not a defendant in the 12-count civil complaint filed in U.S. District Court for Nevada, which alleges violations of the anti-fraud, registration, record-keeping and other provisions of federal securities laws.But the Utah company is named in an accompanying affidavit as having received more than $150,000 in net proceeds from the initial public offering of a blind pool stock called SRS Technical Inc., later known as Composite Design Inc.

The suit names as defendants Stoneridge Securities Inc., a former Las Vegas brokerage; Composite Design Inc., formerly known as SRS Technical Inc., and CTI Technical Inc., both Nevada corporations; Ronald D. Wheeler Sr., former president of Stoneridge; Ronald D. Wheeler Jr., former over-the-counter trader at Stoneridge; Randy Gleich, former Stoneridge retail sales manager; Brenda Kross, former Stone-ridge bookkeeper and financial principal; Norman L. Vance, a former Stoneridge salesman; and Edwin "Bud" Wheeler, former chief executive officer of CTI and Wheeler Sr.'s brother.