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Newly Certified ACEs and BCEs Announced — September 2013

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The Entomological Society of America announced that 12 individuals have attained Associate Certified Entomologist (ACE) or Board Certified Entomologist (BCE) status.

| September 19, 2013

LANHAM, Md. - The Entomological Society of America announced the following individuals have attained Associate Certified Entomologist (ACE) or Board Certified Entomologist (BCE) status:

Ms. Dena Lynette Berg-Castaño, ACE, (Northwest Exterminating), Tucson, AZ  USA.  Certified on 8/21/2013.
Mr. Timothy P. Best, ACE, (Arrow Environmental Services), Port Monmouth, NJ  USA.  Certified on 8/24/2013.
Mr. Paul E Brissette, ACE, (Batzner Pest Management, Inc.), New Berlin, WI  USA.  Certified on 8/12/2013.
Mr. Kent Smith, ACE, (Rentokil / Presto-X), Oskaloosa, IA  USA.  Certified on 8/21/2013.
Mr. Jerry D. Kerce, ACE, (Florida Army National Guard), Starke, FL  USA.  Certified on 8/23/2013.
Mr. Jeffrey A. Scharp, ACE, (Holders Pest Solutions), Houston, TX  USA.  Certified on 9/5/2013.
Mr. James Rodriguez, ACE, (J.T. Eaton Co., Inc.), Valencia, CA  USA.  Certified on 8/29/2013.
Mr. Daniel Rao, ACE, (Arrest A Pest, Inc.), Braintree, MA  USA.  Certified on 9/10/2013.
Mr. Christopher William Evans, ACE, (Schendel Pest Services), Joplin, MO  USA.  Certified on 8/19/2013.
Mr. Charles E. Ford, ACE, (Holders Pest Solutions), Houston, TX  USA.  Certified on 9/5/2013.
Mr. Anthony J Rithman, ACE, (Stout Pest Control), San Antonio, TX  USA.  Certified on 8/21/2013.
Mr. Andrew Seth Taylor, BCE, (Clegg's Termite and Pest Control LLC), Durham, NC  USA.  Certified on 9/3/2013.

For more information visit www.entsoc.org.
 

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