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John Milton has been promoted to division manager for the company’s four service centers in The Villages.

| December 18, 2012

ORLANDO, Fla.  — Tony Massey, president and COO of Fla. based Massey Services, is pleased to announce that John Milton has been promoted from general manager of the GreenUP North Villages Service Center to division manager for the company’s four service centers in The Villages.

“John has been providing strong leadership to our team members and outstanding service to our customers in The Villages for more than a decade,” said Massey. “Under John’s guidance, our GreenUP North Villages Service Center grew substantially over the last 10 years with an average revenue increase of 25% every year.  In addition to that, John is always willing to lend a hand to other service centers.  I believe his hard work and dedication will allow him to continue to excel in his new role.”

Milton joined Massey Services in 1999 as a lawn and pest technician in The Villages and was promoted to General Manager in 2002. He has been recognized 10 times by his team members and management, including eight Eagle Circle awards which honor the top three General Managers in the Company for performance excellence. Massey Services has provided pest prevention, termite protection and landscape services to residents and businesses in The Villages for over 20 years.

 

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