Central Life Sciences adds sales managers

By |  February 19, 2019
Tim Bennett. PHOTO: CENTRAL LIFE SCIENCES

Tim Bennett 

Central Life Sciences hired three new regional sales managers.  Timothy Bennett and Kelly Deutsch joined the Vector division, and Walker Mobley joined the Zoëcon Professional Products division.

Prior to joining Central Life Sciences, Bennett spent more than 15 years working with Vector Disease Control International (VDCI) as the vice president of western operations. Bennett will cover the vector market in California, Oregon, Washington, Hawaii and Alaska.

“Tim has a wealth of knowledge on how to run and operate mosquito abatement programs,” says John Neberz, business manager for the Vector division of Central Life Sciences. “He will be key in growing and maintaining the West Coast vector business.”

Kelly Deutsch. PHOTO: CENTRAL LIFE SCIENCES

Kelly Deutsch 

Deutsch is a 16-year veteran of the mosquito control industry. Her experience includes five years working at one of the largest mosquito abatement districts in the country, Metropolitan Mosquito Control District (MMCD) in Minnesota. She most recently worked with the Orange County Mosquito Control district in Orlando, Fla. where she has served the past four years as a manager. Deutsch will cover the vector market in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina. She holds a bachelor’s degree in natural sciences from the College of St. Benedict in St. Joseph, Minn.

“Kelly’s established relationships in the industry, along with her deep understanding of mosquito control operations, will allow her to successfully promote the broad lineup of mosquito control products from Central Life Sciences,” says Neberz.

Walker Mobley. PHOTO: CENTRAL LIFE SCIENCES

Walker Mobley 

The Zoëcon Professional Products division expanded with the addition of Walker Mobley. Mobley comes to Central Life Sciences from Therma-Stor where he spent the past 10 years as regional sales manager. Mobley will cover the pest control markets in Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.

“Walker’s long-term relationships with key pest control companies will allow him to successfully promote and sell Zoëcon’s broad line of pest control products,” says Tony Schultz, business manager for the Zoëcon Professional Products division of Central Life Sciences.

Central Life Sciences’ Vector division focuses on mosquito control, whereas Zoëcon Professional Products offers insect growth regulators, adulticides, and other pest management solutions to control bed bugs, cockroaches, fleas, flies, ants, and other pests in both residential and commercial markets.

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