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Control Solutions Adds Knox, Wildman

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Control Solutions Inc. has hired Marie Ann Knox as technical service manager for its pest control division and Mark Wildman as Mid-South area sales manager for its turf group.

| November 8, 2012

Marie Knox

PASADENA, Texas — Control Solutions Inc. has hired Marie Ann Knox as technical service manager for its pest control division and Mark Wildman as Mid-South area sales manager for its turf group.

Knox studied at the University of Florida where she earned a B.S. in entomology and a master’s degree in nematology. She comes to CSI with 13 years of industry experience in basic manufacturing as well as distribution. Knox will be providing CSI’s customers and sales team with technical service and product information to help propel our group as a leader in the professional pest control markets.

Mark Wildman
Wildman, who will be based in Huffman, Texas, has been highly recommended by several key distributors in the Mid-South Area. He will be working with and calling on distributors in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado and New Mexico. Wildman will be responsible for training and working with distribution to grow the Quali-Pro brand of products into the Golf, Lawn Care, Nursery, and Greenhouse markets.

Wildman comes to CSI from Coastal Spraying Service in Pasadena, Texas, where he has managed the aquatics business since 2009. He began his career with Monsanto in 1980, working in the Ag market in Houston, Texas. He was promoted to the turf & ornamental group in 1987, where he developed many relationships working the lawn care, landscape, and golf markets. In addition to promoting Roundup, Wildman was involved with the field development and sales of Dimension and Certainty herbicides.

For more information about Control Solutions visit www.controlsolutionsinc.com.
 

 

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