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Modern Pest Services of Woburn, Mass., has named Matt Sheppard and Gary True service managers.

| May 25, 2011

WOBURN, Mass — Modern Pest Services of Woburn, Mass., announces the promotion of Matt Sheppard and Gary True, both to the position of service manager.

Rapid expansion of the Woburn service market, including 25% growth in 2010, has led to the re-structuring of that center’s management team.

An employee of Modern Pest Services since 2002, Sheppard started as an ECOCARE Commercial service professional. True has worked remotely to support Modern’s expansion into the Worcester, Mass., Northern Rhode Island, and Boston South Shoremarkets in the position of service professional since 2008.

Along with providing excellent service to Modern’s residential and commercial clients and assuring accuracy and efficacy of work, both positions will provide support to the team’s service professionals by overseeing day-to-day operations, productivity, and quality assurance, and acting as a liaison between the service pofessionals and general manager. 
 

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