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Varment Guard Transitioning Technical Director/Entomologist Position

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Mark Goodman, a doctoral candidate in the department of entomology at the University of Kentucky, will be taking over for the retiring Dr. Gerry Wegner.

| July 9, 2014

Mark Goodman (left), a doctoral candidate in the department of entomology at the University of Kentucky, will be taking over for the retiring Dr. Gerry Wegner.

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Varment Guard announced the addition of (soon to be Dr.) Mark Goodman, doctoral candidate in the Department of Entomology at the University of Kentucky.

Goodman is apprenticing with senior technical director and staff entomologist, Dr. Gerry Wegner, to gain the experience and credentialing essential to step into Wegner’s role with Varment Guard within the next several months.

Goodman possesses vitality, people skills and considerable knowledge of bed bug biology, management and general insect taxonomy.
 

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