Sprague promotes Ross Treleven to VP, Operations

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Ross Treleven. PHOTO: SPRAGUE PEST SOLUTIONS

Ross Treleven. PHOTO: SPRAGUE PEST SOLUTIONS

Sprague Pest Solutions promoted Ross Treleven to VP, Operations, reporting directly to Sprague’s CEO, Alfie Treleven. Ross will work alongside Sprague’s COO, Jeff Miller, and oversee Sprague’s field operations.

Sprague’s current executive leadership team is the third generation of Trelevens to steward the organization. Ross’s promotion marks a key milestone in Alfie’s and Executive Vice President (and PMP Hall of Famer) Larry Treleven’s efforts to transition the company to the fourth generation of family leadership.

“Ross has shown a dedication to Sprague’s success and acumen for leadership that I know will lead our team to continued success in the field,” says Alfie. “He is dedicated to Sprague’s innovation and expansion, and is committed to our core vision of delivering uncompromising service.”

Ross’s time at Sprague includes more than 20 years of leadership, beginning with work in the field as a technician, up to his most recent role as general manager. As general manager, Ross was responsible for 12 branches on the west coast, sales, marketing, and corporate operations.

During Ross’s tenure in regional management and as general manager, Sprague saw a three-fold increase in revenue and expanded to four additional states, an increase in Sprague’s geographic service area of more than 60 percent.

“I look forward to continuing to work with our teams in the field and my leadership partners at our corporate office to compound the success Sprague has seen during the past 93 years,” Ross says. “Our team’s success impacts the health and safety of millions of people. I look forward to helping lead Sprague in this important work.”

Ross holds a bachelor of business administration degree from Gonzaga University and an MBA from the University of Denver, Daniels College of Business.

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