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Massey Services Promotes Ed Dougherty

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Industry veteran to oversee all residential service center operations.

| February 9, 2010

 Ed Dougherty Orlando, Fla. — Massey Services’ Ed Dougherty recently was promoted to executive vice president of consumer services for the firm. In this role, Dougherty will oversee all residential Service Center operations.

Dougherty has been a pest management professional for 26 years, and he has worked for Massey Services for 18 years. Prior to assuming his new position, Dougherty had served as the vice president and division manager for Massey Services’ GreenUP Division as well as vice president and regional manager of the Central Florida and Georgia regions.

“Ed has consistently demonstrated his commitment to service excellence and the growth of our company,” said Tony Massey, president and chief operating officer of Massey Services. “His contributions within Massey Services span all aspects of our company, from residential pest prevention to commercial service to lawn care and irrigation.”

Dougherty began his career in the pest management industry after he received his BBA in marketing from Eastern Michigan University in 1984. He completed the Harvard Business School OPM Key Executives Program in 2004. He remains involved in the Central Florida community through commitment to Junior Achievement, Leadership Orlando and Florida Citrus Sports.

For more information about the firm, visit www.masseyservices.com.


 

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