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PestWest Adds Dr. Stuart Mitchell

Mitchell will offer increased technical support and training for PestWest.

| March 18, 2011

Stuart "Doc" Mitchell has joined PestWest full time. Having worked within the industry for nearly 30 years, Mitchell brings a unique perspective to technical training and support. He has doctorates as both a physician and an entomologist.

His knowledge and experience of environmental health spans residential, commercial and industrial pest management markets and ensures that he can provide support in even the most testing situations.

James Shaffer, president of PestWest, says, ‘We have worked with Stuart for some years on a part-time basis and are now delighted to have Stuart join as a full time member of the team. We are very excited about the increased technical support and training we will be able to offer."

To contact Doc Mitchell, email stuart.Mitchell@pestwest.com or call 866/476-7378
 

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