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Massey Announces Promotion of Jarzynka

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Tom Jarzynka has been promoted to senior director of Pest Prevention Quality Assurance, effective Feb. 1, 2014.

| March 25, 2014

Tom Jarzynka

ORLANDO, Fla. — Tony Massey, president and COO of Massey Services, is pleased to announce that Tom “T.J.” Jarzynka has been promoted to senior director of Pest Prevention Quality Assurance, effective February 1, 2014. Prior to his promotion, Jarzynka served as the PrevenTech Technical & Training director for the commercial services division of the company.

Jarzynka is a noted expert in the pest management industry, especially in the field of controlling bed bugs and rodent exclusion. He has spoken at several industry and consumer conferences on both subjects, as well as authored several articles for industry publications such as Pest Control Technology (PCT).  He serves as the assistant region director for Region 16 of the Florida Pest Management Association (FPMA). Jarzynka attained his Associate Certified Entomologist (ACE) designation in 2010. His areas of specialty include commercial pest management, food processing and health care.

“T.J. is an industry expert with a tremendous wealth of knowledge that he enjoys sharing with our team members,” said Massey. “He excels in research and development and is focused on continually improving our systems and protocols. We congratulate him on this well-deserved promotion.”

Jarzynka has been a pest prevention practitioner for 33 years.  He is a certified pest control operator in four states: Florida, Texas, Mississippi and Tennessee. He began his career at Massey Services in 2000 as a PrevenTech Division Sales manager and has received several promotions throughout his tenure with the company. In his new role as senior director of Pest Prevention Quality Assurance, Jarzynka will manage program development and implementation, initial and ongoing training for pest technicians and managers, as well as supervising major customer accounts.
 

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