Anticimex announced the retirement of Wayne White, BCE, vice president of technical services, North America.
White’s career in the pest management industry spans over four decades, beginning in 1982 when he joined American Pest after graduating with a bachelor of science degree in entomology from the University of Maryland. Over the years, he has maintained a close relationship with the College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences and has helped to coordinate an intern program for university entomology graduate students here at American Pest. His unwavering dedication and profound expertise have made a lasting impact on our organization and the industry as a whole.
Throughout his journey with Anticimex and American Pest, White has “continuously demonstrated outstanding leadership and technical prowess. From managing the termite division to serving as the director of technical services, his contributions have been instrumental in driving our success. In 2018, Wayne assumed the role with Anticimex as the vice president of technical services, further elevating our capabilities and strategic vision,” the news release explains.
White’s contributions to the industry have earned him several honors. He was given the “Assistant Secretary’s Award for Excellence” from the U.S. Department of State in 2004. In 2015, White was named the University of Maryland Entomology Distinguished Alum of the Year. He is also a member of both the Entomological Society of America and Pi Chi Omega.