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Suburban Exterminating Promotes Somerville

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Bill Somerville will serve as the company's new general manager.

| July 8, 2013

Bill Somerville. Photo courtesy of Suburban Exterminating.

 

SMITHTOWN, NY -  Suburban Exterminating recently promoted William Somerville to general manager. 

Somerville is a highly qualified pest professional, Suburban said. He earned his Associated Certified Entomologist credential in 2011. At Suburban Exterminating, he started his career as a technician and moved quickly through the ranks as field manager  and assistant general manager. 
 
Somerville has exceptional leadership and mentoring skills as well as extensive knowledge of the pest management industry. The Suburban Exterminating family is happy that Bill is a part of the team. 
 

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