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Fumigation Service & Supply Promotes Todd Wilhelm

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Todd Wilhelm has been promoted to fumigation manager of the Indianapolis office

| October 28, 2010

WESTFIELD, Ind. — Todd Wilhelm has been promoted to fumigation manager of the Indianapolis office. Wilhelm is an 11-year veteran of Fumigation Service & Supply, Inc. He has performed hundreds of fumigations including the methyl bromide replacement, sulfuryl fluoride fumigant. Wilhelm will now train, plan, and implement commercial fumigations for stored product protection.
 
Dave Mueller, owner of FSS, stated: “Todd was promoted because he is one of the safest, diligent, and thorough fumigators I know. Todd has taken on some of the largest and most complicated structural and commodity fumigations in the country and managed them well. Todd came to FSS as a 19 year old looking for summer work. This is a good example how people evolve and create careers in our company. We look forward to Todd Wilhelm growing even more and serving our customers well as he assumes this new responsibility and position.”
 
FSS is a 29-year-old company that performs specialized pest management services to reduce customer complaints for the brand named food companies throughout the midwest. For more information visit www.fumigationzone.com
 

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