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April 25, 2022

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ServiceTitan announced Anmol Bhasin has joined the company as its chief technology officer. Bhasin will be responsible for leading global product development and engineering and pioneering new SaaS technology to improve how businesses across the country work, the company says. Jacksonville, Fla.-based Turner Pest Control announced the promotion of six employees. Brian Hawkins was promoted from regional director of operations to regional vice president of operations. Michael Litsey was promoted from regional director of operations to regional vice president of operations. Stacy McKinney was promoted from director of marketing to vice president of marketing. Cheri Michaels was promoted from director of sales to vice president of sales. Angela Nelson was promoted from director of human resources to vice president of human resources. Ginny Zuckero was promoted from director of IT to vice president of IT and PMO.

Sam Pass, B.C.E., joined Control Solutions in the role of marketing director for CSI Pest, Quali-Pro and Martin’s Brand divisions. Pass grew up closely alongside the pest management industry. He spent more than five years as a technician at his father’s first pest control company, Action Pest Control of Evansville, Ind. He became interested in entomology which led him to earn a bachelor’s degree in entomology and nematology from University of Florida.

Truly Nolen Pest Control announced the promotion of Steve Gitlin to manager of the company’s Bonita Springs, Fla., service office. Gitlin joined Truly Nolen in April 2021 as a manager-in-training. Some of Gitlin’s new responsibilities include helping the service office gain more visibility with the local Bonita Springs community as well as instilling the company’s core values throughout his team, the firm says.

Central Life Sciences is expanding its Zoëcon Professional Products sales team with the addition of Carlos Montejano as the Southwest regional sales manager. He will support both the professional pest control and vector solutions product lines. Montejano joins the Zoëcon Professional Products sales team to cover Southern California, Southern Nevada, Arizona and New Mexico. Previously, he served as sales representative for Univar USA, as Western region account manager for Industrial Fumigant Company (IFC) and as territory manager and key account manager for UPL.

FMC Corporation appointed Jason Hart as key customer manager for the pest U.S. Northeast and Northern territories. Bringing Hart on has allowed the company to realign territories to better fit its customers and their needs, said Tom Wharton, FMC North American sales manager for the pest market. Hart is a veteran of the British Armed Forces and spent over a decade with a major distributor in the pest control industry. He brings deep industry knowledge to FMC and his customers in the Northeast and Northern territories, having held positions of outside sales associate, senior account executive and international account executive.