It’s that time of the month again when we get to introduce you to one of our valued employees. We are always so excited to let you know about the quality employees that have joined the Active Pest Control family.
This month, we would like you to meet Tyrone Lively. Tyrone has been a member of the Active Pest Control family for 15 years! He is a vital part of our pest control team serving as a commercial technician. Tyrone is HPC and AIB certified. Although he is skilled in treating any pest that you may encounter, his favorite pest is the German cockroach. This pest offers unique challenges, especially in the commercial setting, that Tyrone has been trained and equipped to deal with. Seeking out German cockroaches and all of their hiding places is kind of like playing detective and requires a special set of skills that Tyrone possesses and loves to use. It keeps the day interesting!
Although he is an integral part of our family, Tyrone doesn’t spend every moment of life here at Active Pest Control. (Although, it may seem that way for him during the busy times!) When he is “off the clock”, Tyrone loves to attend sporting events. He is particularly fond of pre-game tailgating and the great grilled foods that come with it. In fact, grilling delicious foods is an art to Tyrone, and he loves to create cookout masterpieces for his wife and three grown daughters to enjoy.
One of the things that Tyrone loves best about his career here at Active Pest Control is the family atmosphere. “I love working for Active Pest Control because it is a family run business. They understand if you have family issues.” That is so true! Because when you choose to come under the Active Pest Control umbrella; you choose to become family. And we value each and every member!
So the next time you have a pest issue in your commercial setting, give Active Pest Control a call. You might just run into Tyrone face to face and discover how talented he is and why he is so treasured to us.
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