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Heron Pest Control Announces Additions to Management Team

Additionally, the company is moving its Altamonte and corporate office to Apopka, Fla.

| January 4, 2010

Heron Pest Control announced the addition of key new positions to its management team.

"We are very excited to bring some great people into our organization as well as have some advancements from within," says Rodney Lackey, president of Heron Pest Control.
 
Lackey, Joseph Patti (Chairman), and Steve Okros (Chief Operating Officer) ushered in these changes:

  • Alexandra Rochell as new Human Resources Director
  • Lesley Spears as new District Administration Manager
  • Jill Klein as new Chief Financial Officer
  • Brenda Jones as new Corporate Administration Manager
  • Mike Chapman as new Orlando Branch Manager
  • Toby Gaudin as new Service Director   

     

Lackey, Patti, and Okros also announced the news of several new branches.
 
They are moving their Altamonte (01) and Corporate office to Apopka, off of 441. "We are tripling the size of our building for Altamonte (01) due to the enormous amount of growth that we seen over the past several years" says Lackey.
 
They also are adding a new office in Leesburg to better serve the Lake County customer base that has tripled in the last two years as well as a new  office in Orlando which will double in size.

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