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Osborn Joins J.T. Eaton Team

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Dean Osborn is the Southeast sales representative for J.T. Eaton.

| May 8, 2013

TWINSBURG, OH — J.T. Eaton & Co announced the addition of Dean Osborn to its sales team as an independent representative. His territory includes Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana.

Osborn has worked in the specialty ag business, covering the pest management, turf and landscape, and vegetation management markets for more than 26 years. He worked in sales and sales management for Target Specialty Products since 1986, covering several geographical areas in California prior to moving to Dallas in 2010.
“Dean’s industry experience made him a natural choice for our team,” notes Dale Baker, vice president and the third generation of his family to run the integrated pest management product manufacturer. “He is familiar with the challenges and obstacles that pest management professionals face daily, and is focused on providing solutions to meet their needs. That falls perfectly in line with our approach to this business.”

Osborn received his bachelor’s of science degree in park administration from California Polytechnic University-Pomona, and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Phoenix. He resides with his wife and son in Flower Mound, Texas, and enjoys running, snow skiing and tennis.
 

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