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Arrow Exterminators Expands Corporate Financial Team

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Joseph Holland joines Arrow as corporate controller and Robin Varnadore is the new corporate financial auditor.

| February 17, 2012

Joseph Holland
Robin Varnadore

ATLANTA  – Arrow Exterminators announcse the addition of two new team members to the Corporate Financial Group.  Joseph Holland joins Arrow as the new corporate controller and Robin Varnadore joins the team as the corporate financial auditor.  “We are very excited to add two CPA’s to our financial team.  Strong internal support is a key component to continuing Arrow’s growth strategy,” said Jeff Singley, chief operating officer.

 

Holland was most recently with the University of West Georgia, where he served as assistant controller.  A member of both the Georgia Society of CPAs and the American Institute of CPAs, Holland has more than ten years’ experience in public and private accounting and seven years specifically focused on the pest control industry.  Holland is a graduate of the University of West Georgia with a degree in Accounting and currently lives in Bremen, Ga., with his wife Susan and their son, Tyler. 

Varnadore joins Arrow from Cherry, Bekaert & Holland L.L.P., where she served as a financial auditor.  A graduate of Auburn University, Varnadore has more than five years’ experience in public accounting and also received her Master’s Degree in Accounting from Kennesaw State University. Varnadore currently resides in Marietta with her husband, Michael.

“Arrow Exterminators continues to be focused on growth both internally and through acquisitions. We are committed to becoming the largest family owned pest control company in the U.S. and will continue to strengthen our corporate infrastructure to ensure our success,” Singley added.

 



 

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