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ISS names new CEO

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Sean Bond replaces founder Darrell Glover, who’s retiring.

| April 20, 2010

ISS Facility Services, the San Antonio-based company that includes landscape maintenance and construction, appointed Sean Bond as CEO.

Bond will head up the U.S. operations for ISS; he assumed the day-to-day control on March 22.

“I’m very excited to be leading the United States business team,” Bond said. “My experience delivering global capability with a local face is an exact fit with ISS as we leverage the expansive knowledge of our global company to develop, tailor, and deliver service solutions for our customers here in the United States.”

Bond will assume the leadership from outgoing CEO Darrell Glover, who is retiring after founding the U.S. organization over 30 years ago.

“Sean brings a breadth of business experience to the table for ISS,” Gover said. “I am extremely comfortable that a bright future is in store for Sean and the management team.”
 

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