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Fumigation Service & Supply Adds Two New Managers

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Curt Lilleodden is now the regional manager of the Cedar Rapids, Iowa office, while Ryan Yutzy joins FS&S as a safety coordinator.

| April 5, 2010

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WESTFIELD, Ind. — Fumigation Service & Supply has added two new managers to its team. 

Curt Lilleodden is now the regional manager of the Cedar Rapids, Iowa office.  Lilleodden has experience as a pest management professional and fumigator.  He has been in the pest management industry since 1991 and a licensed fumigator since 1993.

Ryan Yutzy joins the headquarters in Westfield, Ind., as a safety coordinator and fumigator-in-training.  Yutzy recently graduated from Purdue University with a BS in Organizational Leadership and Supervision with a minor in Entomology.

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