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Kim Kelley-Tunis Promoted to Technical Services Director at Rollins

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Rollins Inc., announced that it is promoting Kim Kelley-Tunis to technical services director.

| June 5, 2012

Rollins Inc., announced that it is promoting Kim Kelley-Tunis to technical services director.

ATLANTA – Rollins Inc., announced that it is promoting Kim Kelley-Tunis to technical services director, effective May 14. Kelley-Tunis will report directly to Greg Baumann, vice president of training and technical services, and will be based at the Rollins Training Center in Atlanta.

“We are extremely pleased to have Kim join the Rollins technical services group,” said Baumann. “Kim’s experience will help us develop our technical services strategy for the future. Her expertise will also allow us to further expand market development.”
 
Kelley-Tunis has more than 17 years of experience in the pest control industry, including 14 years at McCloud Services, a pest management company based in Hoffman Estates, Ill. She joined Orkin in 2009 as the Atlantic Division technical services director.

Kelley-Tunis has been a featured speaker at various seminars and conferences including the National Pest Management Association (NPMA) and the American Institute of Baking. She has also served as an instructor for Indiana’s Structural Pest Control Programs and is a columnist for Pest Control Technology (PCT) magazine.

In 2004, Kelley-Tunis was recognized by PCT magazine as a “40 under 40” recipient and is a former chair for the Indiana Pest Management Association Education Committee. She is currently president elect of Pi Chi Omega, the professional pest management fraternity and has been appointed to two NPMA division committees: the Commercial Pest Control Committee and the Professional Women in Pest Management Committee. She graduated from Purdue University with a degree in Wildlife Science.

Kim and her family will relocate to Atlanta in the near future.

 

 

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