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Guardian Pest Solutions Announces Personnel Additions, Promotions and Achievements

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The Minnesota-based company announced that its technical direcotr, Dr. Hao Yu became a board certified entomologist (B.C.E.).

| September 15, 2010

DULUTH, Minn. - Guardian Pest Solutions announced that its technical direcotr, Dr. Hao Yu has become a board certified entomologist (B.C.E.). In addition to holding this title, Yu holds a Ph.D. in entomology. He began his career at Guardian Pest Solutions in March 2009.

Guardian Pest Solutions also hired William R. Reed II as account executive, Wisconsin. Reed brings with him more than 10 years in pest control sales and currently holds a pesticide applicator’s license.

Lastly, the company also announced the promotion of Donald C. Gibis to district supervisor, Minneapolis district. Gibis began his career at Guardian Pest Solutions in 2006 as a service specialist. 

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