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Fumigation Service & Supply Promotes Waggoner

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Jeff Waggoner has been promoted to the position of general manager.

| March 26, 2012

WESTFIELD, Ind. — Fumigation Service & Supply, Westfield, Ind., announced the recent promotion of Jeff Waggoner to the position of general manager. FSS is a 30-year-old fumigation specialty company located in Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Chicago, Central Illinois, Ft. Wayne and Cedar Rapids.  

Waggoner brings to this position many years of experience in the fumigation industry, all with FSS beginning in 1993.  Jeff has helped develop many of the new fumigation techniques used today.  He has also created and successfully integrated pest management programs for the grain, seed, milling and food processing industry.  In his new role, Waggoner  is bringing his expertise in these areas to continue to provide high level specialized fumigation and pest management programs with a focus on safety and results.  Jeff’s knowledge in this industry will be a valuable resource guide our service managers & technicians.  He is a regular speaker on fumigation, food safety, and stored food safety pest management.

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