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Heron Lawn and Pest Control Presents Employee Awards

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Heron Lawn and Pest Control presented its employees with the 2010 Heron Awards of the Year at the company’s annual family picnic.

| November 3, 2010

Heron Lawn and Pest Control presented its employees with the 2010 Heron Awards of the Year at the company’s annual family picnic.

The Heron Award was presented to Coy Windt (pictured above). This award goes to the individual who has shown unwavering dedication and leadership and his passion for Heron and the business is clear in all he does.

Greg Wells was presented with the Sales Award for proving himself a consistent sales leader and respected peer.

The Service Award was presented to DJ Stephens, who is considered a leader in the Orlando Branch, but one who is always willing to pitch in and help out coworkers.

Rachelle Scott was recognized for her contributions to the Heron Admin Team, including displaying a positive attitude and professionalism.
 

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