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McCall Service Acquires Jacksonville Pest Control Company

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McCall acquired Enviro Pest Control, a family business established in 1974 by owners P.J. and David Lashley.

| May 13, 2014

P.J. Lashley and Bryan Cooksey.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — McCall Service, Jacksonville, Fla., announced the acquisition of Enviro Pest Control, also of Jacksonville. Enviro Pest Control will continue to operate independently, but will merge its service center.

Enviro Pest Control is a family business established in 1974 by owners P. J and David Lashley.

P. J and David Lashley built a legacy of customer-focused, high quality service that fits the core values of McCall Service, according to McCall Service President and CEO Bryan Cooksey. “P. J and her husband David Lashley worked very hard to develop outstanding employees and provide excellent service to their customers,” Cooksey said. “Their emphasis on training and customer service complements McCall’s goal to provide the best pest control service to our customers.”

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