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Tom DeChillo Joins B.H. Stangel Training & Consulting

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Formerly with the pesticide division of New York’s environmental conservation agency, DeChillo will assist and train local professionals.

| January 28, 2011

Tom DeChilloSUFFERN, N.Y. — B.H. Stangel, Inc. Pest Management Training & Consulting Center of Suffern, N.Y., has hired Tom DeChillo to its training and consulting staff. DeChillo was formerly with the Pesticide Division of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation until his recent retirement.

In his new role DeChillo works with New York- and New Jersey-based pesticide firms that are having issues with regulatory violations. In addition DeChillo leads core training courses for new technicians and members of the center’s continuing education programs.

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