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Friends, Colleagues Remember Kevin Keane at PestWorld

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Keane, former VP of Professional Sales at AP&G who passed away earlier this year, was toasted by friends and colleagues at a gathering last month at PestWorld.

Brad Harbison | November 4, 2013

PHOENIX, Ariz. — Friends and colleagues gathered at the Marriot Hotel in Phoenix on Oct. 23, to remember Kevin Keane and share a toast in his honor.

“As a long-time attendee of PestWorld, Kevin was greatly missed this year, but his memory lives on with those who knew him,” said AP&G’s Lindsay Gallagher.

Keane, VP of Professional Sales at AP&G, died on April 1, at his home in Allen, Texas. He was 53. He joined AP&G in 2004, as district sales manager for the Central, South Central and Southeast U.S. territories, and was promoted to VP of Professional Sales, in 2010.

Commenting a few days after his passing, AP&G Vice President Jonathan Frisch, said, “Kevin was a larger-than-life figure who was full of energy and life."

Keane, former VP of Professional Sales at AP&G who passed away earlier this year, was toasted by friends and colleagues at a gathering last month at PestWorld.

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