Environmental Pest Service Fills Two Key Management Positions

Environmental Pest Service Fills Two Key Management Positions

Brad Pitts joins EPS as regional vice president, while Steve Mock was promoted to manager of safety and compliance.

January 5, 2017

SARASOTA, Fla. – Environmental Pest Service (EPS) is enhancing its management
team by filling two key positions as the company continues to focus on growth, operational
excellence and high levels of customer satisfaction.

Brad Pitts joins as regional vice president of Arrow Environmental Services, a brand of EPS
serving southwest and central Florida. In this new role, he will lead all aspects of the business,
including sales, service, branch manager direction, recruiting, team development and other key

Pitts brings more than 30 years of experience in the pest control industry, having worked in Texas
and Florida. Most recently, he was part of the $165-million South Central Division for Orkin as
Region Vice President. During his years with Orkin, he held several other division-level leadership
roles, including Assistant Division President and Division Sales Manager. Pitts earned his
undergraduate degree and Masters of Business Administration at LeTourneau University, and he
completed the Advanced Leadership Graduate Program in 2011 at Duke University’s Fuqua School
of Business.

“I’m excited to begin this next chapter of my career with Arrow Environmental Services,” said Pitts.
“The company has been doing very impressive things, and I’m looking forward to contributing to its
continued growth and success.”

Steve Mock is promoted to manager of safety and compliance for Environmental Pest Service,
which operates four brands, located in Florida, Georgia and North Carolina. In this role, Mock will
manage all safety directives, communications and concerns throughout the company.

Recently, Mock served as EPS’s Training Specialist. In this role, he led field and classroom
trainings, conducted training meetings for service managers and oversaw all aspects of safety and
compliance for approximately 480 EPS team members. He implemented new safety programs,
including defensive driving, ladder handling and Occupational Safety and Health Administration
(OSHA) building compliance inspections. Prior to joining EPS, Mock was a technical trainer for
Comcast Cable for several years and a Communications Technician during his six years of service in
the United States Marine Corps Reserve.

“We’re thrilled to have Brad and Steve in these positions,” said George Pickhardt, chairman and
CEO of Environmental Pest Service. “These are critical roles for our company, and
I’m confident we have the right team in place to keep our positive momentum.”

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