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Greg Clendenin Named President of Orkin Southeast

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Clendenin has 30 years of pest control industry experience, having most recently served as president and CEO of Middleton Lawn & Pest Control.

| January 25, 2010

Rollins Inc. has hired pest control industry veteran Greg Clendenin as president of Orkin's Southeast Division.

Clendenin has 30 years of pest control industry experience. Recently, he was president and CEO for Middleton Lawn and Pest Control. Prior, he was chief operating officer of Sears Authorized Termite & Pest Control.

He now will oversee 63 locations in Orkin's Southeast Division.

Additionally, Orkin announced the promotion of Gene Iarocci to vice president of Corporate Administration and the promotion of Freeman Elliott to vice president of Orkin’s Atlantic Division.  

Iarocci has more than 20 years experience in multi-unit management with a number of service and manufacturing industries, including Union Carbide Corporation where he worked for 24 years. He has been with Orkin for seven years, serving most recently as president of Orkin’s Atlantic Division before his promotion to vice president of Rollins’ Corporate Administration.

Elliott began his Orkin career as a lawn care technician in 1991, following graduation from the University of Georgia. He quickly moved through the Company, working as service manager, branch manager, national service manager and most recently, assistant to the president of Orkin’s Atlantic Division. In his new role, Elliott will oversee approximately 70 locations in Orkin’s Atlantic Division.

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