Sarah Digilio was promoted to regional business analyst at Turner Pest Control, Jacksonville, Fla. She is the only woman of Turner’s nearly 400 employees to be a Florida certified pest control operator in general household pest control.
Gregg Schumaker joined Wildlife Control Supplies, East Granby, Conn., as director of business and product development. He has held positions with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, and National Park Service, and has owned Wildlife Management & Nuisance Removal, Conway, Mich., for more than 25 years.
Angie Lechuga was hired as office manager at Insight Pest Management, Newbury Park, Calif. Her background is in office management, client relations and human resources.
AP&G Co., Bayonne, N.J., added Chris Phillips to the Catchmaster Pro sales force as the Northeast regional sales manager. His territory will cover the northeastern United States from New Jersey north through Maine and eastern Canada.
Farmers Pest Control, Helena, Ala., hired Greg Lancaster as a pest control specialist and Terry Lowery as a termite inspector. Both Lancaster and Lowery recently retired from law enforcement with more than 25 years’ experience.
Seattle-based Certus hired Desiree Straubinger as vice president of technical. She is a board-certified entomologist and certified professional in food safety.
Courtney Carace, associate certified entomologist at Pest-End, Plaistow, N.H., received the second annual Women of Excellence Award from the Professional Women in Pest Management of New England. She has worked for Pest-End since 2004 in office administration, technical, management and executive roles.
Jonathan Amaral of New Bedford Pest Control, New Bedford, Mass., recently obtained his associate certified entomologist and public health entomology certifications. He has been with the company since 2007, when he was a junior in high school.
Mrs. Bzzz Pest & Termite Solutions, Wayne, N.J., recently hired Randi Courtney Bowan and Brendan Devera. Bowan will oversee day-to-day operations and the projected growth plan for servicing the eastern coastline from Northern to Southern New Jersey. Devera was hired as service manager and will oversee all service technicians and training.
Las Vegas-based American Pest Control announced that Field Manager Matthew Detisch is now an Associate Certified Entomologist.