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Western’s Bowman Earns BCE Credential

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Hope Bowman, technical specialist for the New Jersey-based company, is now a board-certified entomologist.

| February 10, 2011

PARSIPPANY, N.J. – Western Pest Services announced that its technical specialist, Hope Bowman, is now a board certified entomologist.

In her position at Western, Bowman leads customer staff trainings on effective pest management practices, provides in-house continuing education on the latest pest control technologies to Western’s technicians, and helps maintain superior quality assurance for the services Western provides to its customers.

“We congratulate Hope for earning her BCE certification,” said Tom Walters, president of Western Pest Services. “It is a significant achievement to receive such a credential, and we’re thrilled for the year ahead as she continues to provide her pest management expertise to our customers.”

A native of Norwood, Pa., Bowman earned her bachelor’s degree in biology from Connecticut College in 2001, followed by a master’s degree in entomology from North Carolina State University in 2005.
 

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