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BISS is a social enterprise for the training of socially disadvantaged young people, and has entered the bidding process for the old prison. It is based in Munchen, Germany.

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Bob Biss, Longtime Chemical Manufacturer Researcher, Passes Away

May 24, 2021

Bob Biss, Longtime Chemical Manufacturer Researcher, Passes Away Biss, a longtime researcher at ICI Americas (later AstraZeneca), passed away on May 18, in New Bern, N.C. NEW BERN, N.C. - Robert Samuel Biss, a longtime researcher at  ICI Americas (later AstraZeneca), passed away on May 18, in New Bern, N.C. According to his obituary on , Biss was a Vietnam Veteran who served as a sentry dog handler. He always had a fondness for military dogs, especially German Shepherds, including his own dog, King, named after his dog in Vietnam. He was a graduate of the University of Delaware, with a degree in entomology. He was previously employed by ICI Americas, Inc, later AstraZeneca. He spent the past 25 years running a home-based business. Bob lived in the Wilmington, Del. area until moving to New Bern, N.C. with his son in 2018. Donations in Bob's name can be made to the US War Dogs Association, online or at United States War Dogs Association, Inc. 1313 Mt. Holly Rd. Burlington, NJ 08016. Rockit Pest Names Patrick Settle Senior Vice President Settle, a 30-year industry veteran, takes on the role at the New York, N.Y.-based company, which is focused on acquiring and operating regional pest control companies. NEW YORK, N.Y. — Rockit Pest announced that Patrick Settle was appointed as senior vice president of the company, which is focused on acquiring and operating regional pest control companies. Settle is an industry veteran with 30 years of experience in the pest management business, most recently having spent about 20 years with Veseris (formerly Univar) in various leadership roles. At Veseris, Settle was a sales manager for the southeast district covering seven states, where he was awarded Sales Manager of the Year for 2020. Previously, he ran the corporate accounts group for the United States and Canada, where he spent 15 years as a business development manager responsible for the daily operations of corporate account customers and a team of inside support staff. Settle began his tenure at Veseris as an account executive covering South Carolina. Before joining Veseris, he held various roles at FMC Corporation, an agricultural sciences company and pest control industry supplier. “We are excited to have Patrick join our leadership team as we continue to scale operations and partner with pest industry veterans,” said Jay Abramson, Rockit Pest director. “Our team is aligned with Patrick in providing exceptional service to our customers, long-term career opportunities for our employees and enabling our business partners to achieve their financial and growth objectives.” Settle said, “After spending time with the team and getting to know their values and vision for the company, I believe Rockit Pest is an exceptional partner for family and founder-owned pest businesses. I am thrilled to be joining the Rockit family and excited to help further its tremendous growth potential.” Rockit Pest, founded by Halle Capital, is focused on acquiring and operating regional pest control businesses. Rockit provides capital solutions to pest control operators looking for either an ownership transition or to partner with a group of experienced executives to accelerate growth. ELMHURST, Ill. — Bird-X recently introduced AviAngle , a ledge exclusion product, as the latest addition to its line of bird control solutions. The smooth surface of the UV-protected PVC material and the angle of the bird ledge combine to prevent birds and wildlife from being able to find a stable foothold. Made of rigid PVC with UV inhibitors, AviAngle is resistant to most weather and harsh environments when installed according to manufacturer instructions. AviAngle’s design elements and colors help it blend into surfaces. The low-profile design makes it ideal for eaves, I-beams, bridges, overpasses, parking garages and other architectural applications. LOS ANGELES —  ServiceTitan  announced that it will open an office in the greater Salt Lake City region to fuel the company's rapid growth and pursuit of strong technology talent. As the company’s fifth office location, the Salt Lake City office will serve multiple functions, including a Global Center of Excellence for ServiceTitan Customer Support. ServiceTitan also announced that it has brought on Kim Park, Vice President of Global Customer Support, to lead the company’s initiative to hire customer experience talent in the region. “Making our customers wildly successful is core to our DNA at ServiceTitan. It drives every decision we make from our products to our services and beyond,” said Ara Mahdessian, CEO and Co-Founder of ServiceTitan. “In this case, I’m particularly excited to bring Kim Park aboard and to launch our Customer Support Global Center of Excellence so that we can continue to serve our customers at the level they deserve.”   As a long time Utah resident, Park brings more than fifteen years of experience growing and scaling world-class customer support organizations in the Salt Lake City region. "I’m proud to join ServiceTitan to lead the Customer Support team into the future. Our primary focus is on our customers’ success, and the investment of the new Center of Excellence in Salt Lake City is a powerful declaration of our commitment to them. I have lived and worked in the customer support industry in Utah for several decades, and look forward to bringing on exceptional talent to help us elevate our customer experience,” said Kim Park, Vice President of Global Customer Support at ServiceTitan. The company’s library of video blogs includes tips for home and business owners, along with some humorous scenarios when homeowners try DIY methods. Its newly enhanced library contains videos to keep residential and commercial customers informed about identifying pest issues and what can be done to prevent them. As the season progresses, more videos are in the pipeline to be released addressing specific (and seasonal) pests. Topics covered include dealing with termites, mice, ants, wasps, cockroaches, and bed bugs, among others. “Our new blog videos were created to give tips and tricks to homeowners on how to keep pests out and to show some comical DIY pest control,” says Pest Management Professional Eric Gunner. “We recently expanded upon our classic blog library and wanted to translate some of those tips and tricks into video blogs providing easy-to-understand visuals for our local communities.”    Viking Pest Control provides residents with a resource to help them better understand the pests that might be present on their property and how to identify and prevent them. For businesses that produce or serve food or even have an office kitchen, professional pest control is essential. Even if business premises are not involved in food processing or do not have kitchens, some pests can still present a danger to health. Additionally, while not presenting a physical health threat to humans, termites are capable of seriously impacting the structural integrity of residential and commercial buildings alike.

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