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Mueller, Mueller, and Vincent Transition and Expansion

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John B. Mueller, formerly of Fumigation Service & Supply, recently announced his co-ownership and transition to Food Protection Services (FPS). Mueller brings 23 years of food safety pest management and fumigation experience to Food Protection Services.

| June 23, 2010

Westfield, Ind. — John B. Mueller, formerly of Fumigation Service & Supply, recently announced his co-ownership and transition to Food Protection Services (FPS).  Mueller brings 23 years of food safety pest management and fumigation experience to Food Protection Services

Mueller will move to St. Louis, Mo., to develop a new region of FPS between St. Louis and Kansas City, Kansas. Mueller will assist Perry Nettles, who has been with FPS since its inception in 2004.  

Rick Vincent and Karmen Mueller will also join John Mueller at FPS from FSS. Vincent has managed the southern region of the United States for many years and brings a great deal of experience and success with stored product protection, the company reports.  Karmen Mueller will assume administrative.

FPS is a member of Food Protection Alliance. Learn more about Food Protection Services by calling 314/330-5336.
 

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