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Allison Siekkinen Leaving Scimetrics

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Siekkinen says the relationships forged during the past 10 years made the decision difficult but she hopes to stay active in pest control.

| June 10, 2011

WELLINGTON, Colo. — After more than ten years with Scimetrics, Allison Poché Siekkinen is leaving the company. 

Siekkinen says the relationships forged during the past 10 years made the decision difficult but she hopes to stay active in pest control.

Siekkinen is the daughter of Richard and Linda Poché, owners of Scimetrics, which manufactures Kaput products. 

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