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Univar Names James Osuch Central District Manager – PP&S

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Osuch was recently a PP&S District Sales Manager for the Western District.

| May 11, 2010

AUSTIN, Texas – Univar Professional Products & Services announced that James Osuch has been named district manager for the Central District. His new position is effective immediately.

Osuch was recently a PP&S District Sales Manager for the Western District.  In his new position Osuch will report to PP&S General Manager, Trace McEuen.  McEuen said, “James’ background in the structural pest control market as a supplier sales representative, association executive member, and his most recent role as PP&S District Sales Manager brings to this position a wide range of sales and management experience which will serve him well.” 

Osuch received his degree from Cal State Long Beach.  Osuch and his family will be relocating to Kansas City, Mo., early this summer. 

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