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Cal Stephenson Joins Residex

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Residex announced that Calvin Stephenson has joined the organization as the Southeastern Regional Manager.

| April 20, 2012

NOVI, Mich. – Residex announced that Calvin Stephenson has joined the organization as the Southeastern Regional Manager.

With the addition of Stephenson, Residex now services the entire eastern seaboard reaching out to the west to Indiana with the intention to continue expansion.

Stephenson’s past experience with Stephenson Chemical Company and his eightyears in the pest management equipment business make him a valuable asset to Residex and the customers he will serve.  Stephenson said, “I am very excited about leading the effort to establish Residex as a major player in the Southeast market. It feels good to get back to the chemical business. It also feels great to be with a company that shares the same values as I do. That being said, you treat customers and employees like you’d want to be treated. I look forward to visiting potential customers and old friends, and getting to know the people at Residex while building a new team of service-oriented employees who will make up the Southeast Region.”  

 

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