Truly Nolen Pest Control announce the promotion of Stephanie McCloud to manager of the company’s Sarasota, Fla., service office.
McCloud joined the Truly Nolen team in 2014 as a renewal inspector and then moved into a sales inspector position due to her success. After leaving for a short time to start a family, she returned in June 2022 as a manager-in-training. Most recently, she was assisting at the service office in Port Charlotte, Fla. She has an associate’s degree in. paralegal technologies from Kaplan University, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Some of McCloud’s new responsibilities will include helping the service office continue to maintain visibility with the local Sarasota community as well as instilling the company’s core values throughout her team.
“I am most excited about the opportunity to develop the awesome members of my team and increase our presence throughout this region,” McCloud said in the news release. “My favorite thing about working for Truly Nolen is our amazing culture.”
“Stephanie has worn many hats in our industry and has shown a passion for success along with a strong drive for excellence,” said Dave Scott, Southwest Florida district manager. “Her near-decade of experience in our industry, attention to detail, belief in our core values, and leadership skills have shown to be impressive, and I am excited to see her continued growth as manager of our Sarasota service office.”
About Truly Nolen
The Tucson, Ariz.-based pest control company traces its roots to 1938, and to 2006 PMP Hall of Famer Truly Wheatfield Nolen. Nolen’s son, the late Truly David Nolen, founded Truly Nolen of America and Orlando, Fla.-based Truly Nolen International, both of which feature a fleet of yellow “mouse cars” and antique vehicles. Truly Nolen of America has more than 80 branch offices in Arizona, California, Florida, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas and Utah. It also has independently owned and operated franchises in an ever-growing number of territories including Kentucky, Georgia, New Jersey, Canada, Puerto Rico and more than 60 countries.
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