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Heron Recognizes 2012 Award Winners

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Heron Lawn and Pest Control recently recognized its 2012 Outstanding Service Award Winners.

| November 13, 2012

Heron Lawn and Pest Control recently recognized its 2012 Outstanding Service Award Winners. Pictured (from left to right) Steve Okros, chief operating Officer; Greg Wells, service consultant; Mike Murphy, branch manager; Alison Grether, administrative associate; Joseph Patti, board chairman; and Carolyn Wyatt, pest control technician.

APOPKA, Fla. — Heron Lawn and Pest Control recently recognized its 2012 Outstanding Service Award Winners. 

These individuals were honored for their leadership and for going above and beyond in their positions.
Top Sales Award: Greg Wells
Top Service Technician Award: Carolyn Wyatt
Top Administrative Award: Alison Grether
Heron Award (Employee of Year): Mike Murphy

 

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