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Massey Services Promotes Milton and Oliva

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John Milton and Frank Oliva have been promoted to regional manager positions.

| November 14, 2013

John Milton (left) and Frank Oliva (right).

ORLANDO, Fla. — Tony Massey, president and COO of Florida-based Massey Services, announced the promotions of John Milton and Frank Oliva to regional manager positions.

“Both John and Frank have been providing strong leadership to our team members and have delivered an outstanding commitment to customer service,” said Massey. “Their contributions to the operations team will be a critical and integral part of the growth and expansion of our company into new markets.”

Milton joined Massey Services in 1999 as a Lawn Technician in The Villages, was promoted to Lawn Service Manager in 2001, then General Manager of the GreenUP Villages Service Center in 2002. In 2012 he was promoted to Division Manager of The Villages. He has been recognized with eight Eagle Circle awards, which honor the Massey Services top three General Managers for performance excellence. In this latest promotion, Milton will serve as Regional Manager of the Ocala Region.

Oliva joined Massey Services in 2009 as the General Manager of the Brandon Service Center. He most recently served in the role of General Manager for both Massey Services New Tampa and GreenUP New Tampa Service Centers, where he has consistently grown both sales and revenue. Oliva began his career in the pest management industry almost 10 years ago as a regional Sales Manager for Terminix.  In his new role, Oliva was promoted to Regional Manager of Massey’s new Southwest Region.

The additions of these two regions positions Massey Services for increased market expansion and penetration,” said Massey.
 

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