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Norm Cooper Joins PCO Bookkepers

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Cooper joins the company as a director, managing the firm’s M&A and family succession planning practice along with John Corrigan and Dan Gordon.

| October 10, 2013

NEWTON, N.J. — Norman Cooper, a former PCO and past president of the National Pest Management Association, has joined PCO Bookkeepers as a director, managing the firm’s M&A and family succession planning practice along with Attorney John P. Corrigan and Certified Public Accountant Daniel S. Gordon.

Cooper has consulted on more than 50 pest management M&A acquisitions over the past several years frequently being referred to as the “Dealmaker.”

“Norm is a true deal maker understanding the best fits for buyer and seller in our industry creating win-win relationships in all the deals that he has engineered,” said Daniel S. Gordon, CPA and Managing Member of PCO Bookkeepers, “I’ve known Norm for many years and have admired his hard work and contributions to the industry. Norm is highly skilled at negotiating deals and getting the most for his clients and I couldn’t be any more excited about him joining our firm.”

Cooper brings extensive knowledge of pest control company enterprise value, generational transfer issues as well as solid relationships with PCOs, private equity groups and others across the country who are in the M&A arena. He is a frequent contributor to pest management trade publications writing about topics that include selling to outsiders as well as formulating strategies to pass family run pest management companies on to the next generation.

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