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PermaTreat Promotes Wolfrey to Regional Manager

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Troy Wolfrey is now for the Culpeper, Charlottesville and Manassas Virginia branch offices.

| March 4, 2011

FREDERICKSBURG, Va. - PermaTreat Pest Control announced the promotion of Troy Wolfrey to regional manager responsible for the Culpeper, Charlottesville and Manassas Virginia branch offices.

Wolfrey joined PermaTreat in 1998 as a pest control specialist. For the past two years he has been manager of PermaTreat's Culpeper operation.
 
Wolfrey lives in the Fredericksburg, Va. area with his wife Tanya, and daughter Bethany.
 

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