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

| February 19, 2013

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

 

Certificant Type Company Location
Robert Sean Willis ACE Terminix San Bernardino, CA  
Harold Donald Snyder ACE Snyder's Termite & Pest Control Inc Riverside, CA  
Kevin WIlliam McClernon ACE Chem-Wise Ecological Pest Management Rolling Meadows, IL  
Bradley Sean Dutoit BCE Jones Pest Control, Inc Republic, MO  
Jeffrey D Wick ACE Guardian Pest Solutions, Inc Saint Paul, MN  
Jason Wick ACE Guardian Pest Control, Inc. Duluth, MN  
Daniel Jesus Bradshaw ACE Cats USA Pest Control, Inc. North Hollywood, CA  
Steve Chakos ACE Western Exterminator Company Anaheim, CA  
Norman Ray Connolly ACE Connolly Pest Management Mesa, AZ  
David M. Pomfret ACE Fahey Pest Management, Inc Sarasota, FL  
Brandon K Hier ACE L/R Pest Elimination Services Essex Junction, VT  
Edward Carl Schnabel IV ACE McCall Service, Inc Ocala, FL  
William Michael Edwards ACE Frontier Pest Control Durham, NC  
William Michael Weed ACE Mike Weed's Termite and Pest Control Cantonment, FL  
Steven T Sides, Sr. ACE Rottler Pest and Lawn Solutions Saint Louis, MO  
Ruben Ardila-Trillos ACE Zoro Pest Control, LLC Houston, TX  
Brad Weston Hackbart ACE Phoenix Pest Solutions LLC Tioga, TX  
Jackie Lee Thornton ACE Alvin Pest Control Alvin, TX  
Jayant Bhanudas Dandawate BCE Pest Control (India) Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai, India
Dr. Vordtriede-Patton BCE St. Ambrose University New Windsor, IL  
       

 

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