Secret Site Map
Monday, May 25, 2015

Home News Bug Doctor Adds Tim Periard as Branch Manager

Bug Doctor Adds Tim Periard as Branch Manager

Periard has been in the pest control industry for over 26 years.

| February 18, 2010

PARAMUS, N.J. - Bug Doctor Termite & Pest Control / Bird Doctor Nationwide / Mosquito Doctor / and Animal Doctor, headquartered in Paramus, N.j., announces the hiring of Timothy Periard as branch manager.

Periard has been in the pest control industry for over 26 years. He began his career in May 1983 as a service technician with Harry W. Linindoll Pest Control, in Albany, NY.  He was promoted to service manager in October 1988 and held that position until December 1994, when Rentokil Pest Control acquired Linindoll’s. 

Periard held the title of service manager for Rentokil when he won Supervisor of The Year in 1995.  He was promoted in December 1995 and served as branch manager of the Albany office from December 1995 to March 2000. 

Periard and his family then transferred to the Long Island City, Queens, in April 2000, where he served as branch manager of the Rentokil LIC office until September 2007. During his term in LIC his team won Branch of The Year in 2002. In April 2007, Periard was promoted to regional manager, covering the five boroughs, Long Island, Westchester County, N.Y., and Southern Connecticut, where he served until December 2008, when his regional position was abolished. 

In January 2009, Periard accepted a new assignment in a new Rentokil footprint in the state of Connecticut as the district manager of the Fairfield District Office, which was newly acquired in August 2008. Periard left Rentokil North America Pest Control in October 2009, and was employed immediately by Bug Doctor as branch manager.  Periard and his wife, Kim, reside in Nanuet, N.Y., and have two sons, 8-year old Brendan and 21-year old, Timmy. His hobbies are hunting, fishing & playing golf.

Top news

Fastest Growing U.S. Cities in West And South, Census Bureau Reports

Most cities with populations above 100,000 in those regions grew significantly between 2000 and 2010, and 2010 and 2013, according to the bureau's report, which was released last week.

New Bee Survey Released

Losses of managed honey bee colonies were 23.1 percent for the 2014-2015 winter but summer losses exceeded winter numbers for the first time, making annual losses for the year 42.1 percent, according to preliminary results of the annual survey conducted by the Bee Informed Partnership, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Apiary Inspectors of America.

Terminix Announces Top Mosquito Cities Based on Twitter Complaints

According to research by Terminix, the worst whining about mosquitoes came from Goodland, a small town in the northwest corner of Kansas. Terminix searched through approximately 200 billion tweets posted in 2014 to determine which United States city is most pestered by mosquitoes.

White House Releases Pollinator Action Plan

The Strategy, released last week, and its accompanying science-based Pollinator Research Action Plan outline needs and priority actions to better understand pollinator losses and improve pollinator health. These actions will be supported by coordination of existing Federal research efforts and accompanied by a request to Congress for additional resources to respond to the pollinator losses that are being experienced.

Legislative Day Video Coverage

More than 325 pest control industry professionals traveled to our nation’s capital in March for NPMA Legislative Day 2015, lead-sponsored by FMC Professional Solutions. In the day-plus of activities, PCOs attended sessions on important industry-related issues and heard from prominent national speakers before heading to Capitol Hill to meet with their congressional representatives. In addition to news articles, PCT’s coverage includes video interviews.

x