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Arrow’s Ray Crim Honored With Emeritus Position

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Industry veteran named Senior Executive Vice President Emeritus.

| January 18, 2011

Ray CrimATLANTA, GA. – Arrow Exterminators recently announced that Ray Crim has taken on a new role at the company as Senior Executive Vice President Emeritus. Crim’s dedication and commitment to Arrow has made him most deserving of this new position, according to a company press release. 

Crim, who will celebrate his 20th anniversary with the company in 2011, has played a key role in Arrow’s dramatic growth over the years, as well as for implementing a range of operational and financial systems designed to ensure the long-term health and viability of the company.

Crim, active in state and national association affairs, was recently awarded the prestigious Pioneer Award from the Georgia Pest Control Association (GPCA). The award is presented to those industry professionals who have dedicated themselves to growing the GPCA and the professionalism of the industry throughout their career. Crim is also a member of the PCT/Syngenta Professional Products Crown Leadership Award Class of 1996.

According to Emily Thomas Kendrick, CEO and President, “Ray has been a mentor and friend to me since the day I entered the industry. I am immensely thankful for our friendship and everything I have learned and continue to learn from him.”
 

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