Based mostly in Tucson, Ariz., Truly Nolen Pest Control has promoted Man Halverson to supervisor of its service workplace in Santa Fe, N.M.
Halverson joined Really Nolen in June 2019 as a manager-in-training. In accordance with the corporate, he “has labored within the pest management business since 1974 when, on the age of 16, he was the youngest licensed pest management operator within the state of Texas. The truth is, as a teen, Halverson truly met the late [Truly David] Nolen and had a quick, insightful dialog with our founder.”
“I met Really at a nationwide pest conference, and he made an affect on me due to his love of classic cars, in addition to some recommendation he gave me concerning our business and the Golden Rule,” Halverson stated in a information launch, referring to the idea of treating others as you’ll want to be handled. “My dad and I’ve had various traditional automobiles over time, from a 1923 Mannequin T to a 1953 Packard Clipper, so I’m glad to deliver my love of traditional automobiles to the corporate Really based.”
Previous to becoming a member of Really Nolen, Halverson’s in depth pest management business expertise consists of work as a non-public advisor, preliminary inspector, and technical director for a number of pest management firms. His pest management lineage begins along with his mom who was the primary girl president of the Texas Pest Control Association in 1980. His profession started along with his household’s Bug-A-Boo Pest Management firm in El Paso, Texas, the place he developed and patented pneumatic dusting programs and expanded the industrial enterprise to cowl Texas and New Mexico. Halverson holds a grasp diploma in entomology from New Mexico State College.
“Man lives and breathes pest management as a lot as any particular person I’ve ever met, and his data of our business and a spotlight to element made him the proper alternative for this place,” District Supervisor Robert King stated within the information launch.