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Bug Doctor Names Periard VP of Operations

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In this posittion, Timothy Periard will oversee the operations of all five divisions of the company.

| March 5, 2014

PARAMUS, N.J. — Stuart Aust, president and CEO of Bug Doctor Termite and Pest Control, announced the recent promotion of Timothy Periard to Vice President of Operations. 

Periard joined the company in 2009 as branch manager and in his new position will oversee the operations of all five divisions of the company (Bug Doctor Termite and Pest Control, Bird Doctor Nationwide, Animal Doctor, Bedbug Doctor, and Mosquito Doctor). 

Periard has been in the pest control industry for more than 30 years, specializing in management, sales and service. 

Prior to joining Bug Doctor, he was the district and regional manager for Rentokil North American Pest Control.

 

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