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Cooper, BedBug Central Announce New Appointments

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David Burgess and Robert DiJoseph were recently named to new positions within the two companies.

| June 25, 2013

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. - Cooper Pest Solutions and BedBug Central have announced new staff appointments.

Robert DiJoseph has been promoted to vice president of operations for BedBug Central. DiJoseph said he is looking forward to furthering the BedBug University educational programs, including the reintroduction of its On-The-Job Observation course.

David Burgess was recently named vice president of operations for Cooper Pest Solutions, where he will continue to focus on growth and profitability. 

 

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