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Rollins Announces New Hire

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Beth Chandler is the company's new vice president and general counsel.

| July 2, 2013

ATLANTA – Rollins Inc. named Elizabeth B. “Beth” Chandler vice president and general counsel, replacing the recently retired Kathleen Mayton.

Before joining Rollins, Chandler was vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary for Asbury Automotive. Prior to Asbury, Beth served as city attorney for the City of Atlanta and vice president, assistant general counsel and corporate secretary for Mirant Corporation. She started her career with Troutman Sanders where she rose to partner in its corporate practice.

“Beth brings many years of valuable experience and knowledge to Rollins,” said John Wilson, president and COO of Rollins, Inc. “She is a great addition to our leadership team, and we are pleased to welcome her to Rollins.”

Chandler graduated magna cum laude from the University of Georgia Law School and the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business. She served in a variety of leadership roles in the Atlanta community, including chair and vice chair of the board of Atlanta Beltline, Inc., and on the Board of Visitors of the UGA Law School.

“As a long time Atlantan, I’m extremely pleased to join a company that is so highly regarded in the community and is committed to outstanding customer service, employee development and professionalism,” said Chandler.
 

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