Timson Green joins JP McHale Pest Management


December 5, 2022


Timson Green joins JP McHale Pest Management in New York City. PHOTO: JP MCHALE PEST MANAGEMENT

Timson Green returns to New York City with JP McHale Pest Management.

The Anticimex Model is centered around the key principle that the branch managers have the closest knowledge of the local market, including the customers, competition and other market dynamics.

“Green is the latest SMART addition toward Anticimex achieving its vision of becoming the global leader in the preventive pest control market. Green provides leadership in the areas of people development, innovation, quality of service offering and customer service,” according to the news release.

“New York holds a special section in my heart as it’s the place where my career began back in 2009,” Green said in the news release. “Customers and teammates have benefited from my vast experience in urban pest management; expect this trend to continue through every facet of JP McHale Pest Management. Our passion will be on display 24/7, similar to ‘the city that never sleeps’ moniker of New York City.”

Green began his industry career 12 years ago in New York City at Terminix, moving to becoming a full-time pest management professional within the New York City Department of Corrections in 2014. In 2021, he relocated to South Windsor, Conn., where he was a service manager for Terminix and a board member of the Connecticut Pest Control Association.

About JP McHale Pest Management

Since 1971, JP McHale Pest Management, an Anticimex company, has provided science-based solutions to homeowners and businesses throughout the Greater New York City area. From the very beginning, JP McHale Pest Management has made it a priority to focus on client-centric service, striving to provide a superior client experience at every point of interaction. Providing “peace of mind” to the local community for 50 years, the company continues to innovate and utilize scientific expertise with the goal of delivering excellent service. JP McHale Pest Management became part of Anticimex in 2019.


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Ellen Wagner is a former digital editor for PMP magazine.

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