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Rollins announces operational leadership changes

RollinsRollins, Inc., a consumer and commercial services company, announced leadership changes at its Atlanta headquarters.
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President of Orkin North America Gene Iarocci will retire at the end of September, after 12 years with Rollins and an illustrious 48-year business career.

Mr. Iarocci began as a Region Manager trainee in South Florida in 2003, quickly moving through operational and corporate leadership positions until he was named to his current position in 2013.

Freeman Elliott has been promoted to President of Orkin U.S., overseeing five Orkin divisions, National Sales, Client Services, Orkin Customer Contact Centers, and Orkin Domestic Franchising.

Mr. Elliott began with Orkin as a Lawn Care Technician in 1991, working his way through the company, most recently serving as Orkin Southeast Division President. He will continue leading the Southeast Division until the company names a replacement.

Jerry Gahlhoff, who most recently led Rollins subsidiary HomeTeam Pest Defense, has been elevated to oversee operations of additional specialty brands including Western Pest Services, Waltham Services, and Rollins Human Resources and Training.

Steve Leavitt, who most recently led a group of Rollins' specialty brands, has been elevated to oversee Rollins' emerging opportunities.

In this new role, Mr. Leavitt will oversee all international operations, including Orkin Canada, Rollins' Australian and UK pest operation brands, and the Industrial Fumigant Company, which has international client base opportunities.

He will also have responsibility for recently-acquired PermaTreat Pest Control and the Rollins wildlife brands – TruTech and Critter Control – the company's business line.



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