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FMC Adds Spigler as NE Pest Control Market Specialist

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Richard Spigler II, a 13-year industry veteran, will offer sales and technical support to pest management professionals, distributors and other FMC channel partners.

| April 3, 2013

PHILADELPHIA – FMC Professional Solutions, a division of FMC Corporation, recently announced the appointment of Richard Spigler II, B.C.E., as pest control market specialist for the Northeast.

In this position, Spigler will offer sales and technical support to pest management professionals, distributors and other FMC channel partners. He will cover New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, and all of New England.

Spigler has worked in pest control for 13 years, most recently with Regional Pest Management as a senior sales specialist/entomologist. Prior to that, he worked in management and technical roles for Advanced Pest Management, Royal Pest Management and Ecolab, Inc. He has also taught urban entomology classes for Loyola College of Maryland, his alma mater.

Spigler continued to study entomology at the University of Hawaii before completing his M.S. in entomology from University of Nebraska in 2006. He is a member of Pi Chi Omega, the national entomological fraternity, and has been a board certified entomologist (B.C.E.) since 2004.

Born in Honolulu but raised in southern Maryland, Spigler currently lives in Bel Air, Maryland with his wife and three children. He can be reached at or 443/722-9669.

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