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Brian Cook Named Chief Administrative Officer of Cook’s Pest Control

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Cook, grandson of the late John R. Cook, Sr., has held a variety of positions within the company since coming on board full time.

| January 31, 2014

Brian Cook

DECATUR, Ala. — Brian Cook, grandson of the late John R. Cook, Sr., has been promoted to Chief Administrative Officer of Cook’s Pest Control.

Prior to his promotion, Cook worked as a service technician and managed Cook’s Customer Care Center. As Director of Business Development, Cook was successful in implementing a Corporate Chaplain resource for Cook’s 33 district offices throughout Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi and Tennessee. In addition, he was instrumental in developing a long-term plan for Cook’s Corporate office campus and assisted in the re-development of Cook’s Academy of Customer Service training program. Cook also led the decision, design and development of the new Cook Museum of Natural Science, scheduled to open in late 2015 (www.cookmuseum.org).

Cook’s President Jim Aycock said, “Cook’s employees and customers are very fortunate to have Brian, a 4th generation owner, as the future leader of Cook’s Pest Control. He makes well thought-out business decisions that are in the best interest of our employees and customers. He has a sincere love for Cook’s employees and their families as well as a servant’s heart for our customers. The future of Cook’s is in good hands.”

Brian Cook earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Samford University in 2006. He also earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of Alabama’s Manderson Graduate School of Business in 2008.

 

 

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