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Larry Motes Earns BCE Designation

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Motes, director of Training and Development at Gregory Pest Solutions, recently became a board certified entomologist (BCE).

| May 10, 2012

GREENVILLE, S.C. — Larry Motes, director of Training and Development at Gregory Pest Solutions, recently became a board certified entomologist (BCE).

Motes, earned a B.S. in entomology from the University of Georgia in 1988 and has 24 years of industry experience. He joined Gregory after the purchase of his Charleston, S.C.-based pest control company in 2010. He also and heads the company's Wildlife Division. Gregory also had 3 managers pass the Associate Certified Entomologist exam on April 5, 2012. They are:

• Tim Baumgarten - Charleston SC District Manager

• Don Foster - Charleston SC Operations Manager

• Derek Johnson - Spartanburg SC District Manager

Gregory now has 10 team members who are Associate Certified Entomologists.

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