Sprague Pest Solutions promotes Washington branch manager


August 9, 2023

Tyler Olsson

Tyler Olsson

Sprague Pest Solutions promoted Tyler Olsson to the position of branch manager for its flagship Tacoma, Wash., branch.

In his new role, Olsson will be responsible for developing and mentoring a team of 17 and coordinating all aspects of operations and business development in the South Puget Sound region.

Olsson started with Sprague in August 2020 when he joined as an account manager in the sales department for Tukwila, Wash., branch. Through his dedication and leadership, he quickly established himself as an asset to the company. In May 2021, Olsson became operations manager for the Tukwila branch. He then transferred to the Tacoma branch in January 2022.

“With his well-rounded background in sales and operations, Tyler is perfect for the role of Tacoma branch manager,” Shane Hartnett, Cascade regional manager of Sprague Pest Solutions, said in a news release. “At Sprague, we are committed to nurturing and developing our talented team members, and Tyler’s promotion exemplifies our belief in fostering internal talent.”

About Sprague Pest Solutions

Sprague Pest Solutions provides preventive and remedial pest management and food safety consulting services to leading food processing, agriculture, healthcare, and hospitality and distribution facilities across the Western U.S. The company services commercial clients in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Colorado, Nevada, Wyoming, Montana, Arizona and California.

According to Sprague’s history page on its website, the company was founded in Spokane, Wash., in 1926 by W.B. Sprague to serve Eastern Washington, and soon after opened a second location in Tacoma, Wash., to serve customers in the western half of the Evergreen State. It was purchased in 1931 by A.H. Treleven Sr. Now in its fourth generation, the Treleven family still leads the company today — including Pest Management Professional Hall of Famer Larry Treleven (Class of 2016).


About the Author

Ellen Wagner is a former digital editor for PMP magazine.

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