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PermaTreat Names Mark Male Executive Vice President

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Male brings more than 25 years experience in the industry to the company starting his career with Orkin Pest Control in sales in Portsmouth, Va. in 1985.

| May 25, 2011

FREDERICKSBURG, Va. — Mark Male has joined PermaTreat Pest Control as executive vice president. 

Male brings more than 25 years experience in the industry to the company starting his career with Orkin Pest Control in sales in Portsmouth, Va. in 1985. Most recently he ran a region in Northern Florida with Orkin.
 
Male will be the reporting directly to Jack Broome, president
 

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