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Joseph Kennedy Celebrates 50 Years with Arrow Exterminating

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Joseph Kennedy (far left) is recognized by Arrow’s Bernard Stegman and his daughters Debby Tappan (second from right) and Jackie Grabin (far right).

| July 30, 2010

LYNBROOK, N.Y. -  Joseph Kennedy is celebrating his 50th year at Arrow Exterminating Company, located in Lynbrook, N.Y.

Kennedy has worked in every department at Arrow during his 50 years on the job.  He started as a technician and has served as the service manager, sales manager and is currently the vice president.

Kennedy was hired by Bernard Stegman in August of 1960 and continues to be an invaluable resource for the current owners and daughters of Bernard Stegman, Debby Tappan and Jackie Grabin

Kennedy will be honored at a celebration held at the Arrow Offices in August, 2010.
 

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