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Cook's Hires Governmental Affairs Manager

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The Decatur, Ala.-based firm has added Faye Golden to work with state and federal regulatory agencies.

| April 23, 2013

Faye Golden. Photo courtesy of Cook’s Pest Control.

DECATUR, Ala. - Cook's Pest Control has named Faye Golden as corporate governmental affairs manager for the company, Cook's announced.

With 14 years experience working for the Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries, Golden will serve as a liason between Cook's and regulatory agencies at the state and federal levels. She will be responsible for licenses, permits, registrations and charter renewals for each of Cook's 33 district offices in Alabama, Tennessee and Georgia. Golden will review federal and state regulations, evaluate pending legislation, meet with regulatory agencies and continually review licensing needs for the company.

"Faye will be a tremendous asset to Cook's Pest Control," said Joey Harris, CEO at Cook's. "As the company grows, the role of governmental affairs becomes increasingly important to the success of the business. Her enthusiastic personality, work ethic and industry knowledge make her a perfect member of the Cook's team in this capacity."

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