Sprague promotes employee to district manager


January 5, 2024

Lindsey Marker

Lindsey Marker

Sprague Pest Solutions recently promoted Lindsey Marker to district manager.

Marker joined Sprague in 2007 as a route manager. During that time, she became Sprague’s certified bed bug detection dog handler in Utah. In 2013, she was promoted to operations Manager for the Salt Lake City, Utah, branch and in 2016 her continued excellence led her to the role of branch manager. In 2022, Marker added to her resume by becoming Sprague’s Las Vegas, Nev., branch manager in addition to her responsibilities in Utah.

In her role as district manager, Lindsey will oversee the growth and development of Sprague’s Utah and Southern Nevada markets which span 34 counties and approximately 149K square miles. Marker’s promotion emphasizes Sprague’s commitment to recognizing and nurturing talent from within the organization. Marker becomes the second female district manager for Sprague.

Jared Wallace, regional manager at Sprague Pest Solutions, said in the news release, “Lindsey has shown tremendous resiliency and grit throughout her career as well as growth as a leader. Her promotion to district manager is a testament to her exceptional leadership skills and dedication to the success of our company. I have no doubt that under her guidance, these markets will experience continued growth and prosperity.”

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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