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Critter Control Recognizes Longtime Employee Anniversaries at Annual Meeting

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Among those recognized were 25-year employees Mike Dwyer, Vanetta ‘Happi’ Truan (pictured alongside Kevin Clark) and Danielle Flowers.

| April 7, 2011

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — Critter Control recognized the 25-year anniversaries of Mike Dwyer, Vanetta ‘Happi’ Truan and Danielle Flowers at its March 1st annual meeting in Traverse City, Mich.

Mike Dwyer, Critter Control’s Chief Networking Officer, originally operated Critter Control of Columbus before joining the corporate team. Happi Truan joined the corporate team in 1986 and is now the company’s Vice President of Marketing, and Danielle Flowers was the company’s first ever franchisee. Danielle started as a Branch Manager in Cleveland, OH in 1986.

Critter Control also recognizes the 20-year anniversaries of:
 
• Tom Brungardt – Kansas City, KS
• Don & Mars VandenBos – Grand Rapids, MI
• Kevin Kaclik – Pittsburgh NW, PA
• Steve Majetich – Pittsburgh NE, PA
• Beth & Gene Jezek – St. Louis, MO
• Dr. George Rambo – Northern Virginia
• Brad Reiter & Dave Novey – Chicago, IL
• Tim & Robin Wilkes – Indianapolis, IN
• Joe Felegi – Ft. Lauderdale, FL
• Ed Carrow –Tampa, FL
• Charlie & Cindy Boulmetis – Worcester, MA
• Joe Loma – Minneapolis, MN
• Dean Martin - Rochester Hills, MI
• Chris Christensen - Lexington, KY
 

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