TACOMA, Wash. – When Jared Wallace began as a service specialist with Sprague Pest Options, he didn’t suppose he would sooner or later be managing a regional staff of service specialists, operations managers, and gross sales representatives. But 20 years later, Wallace is doing simply that.
Wallace, Sprague’s regional supervisor for Yakima, Pasco, Spokane, Boise, Salt Lake Metropolis, and Denver, would be the thirty sixth Sprague worker to have their picture added to the wall of honor on the firm’s company headquarters in Tacoma. The primary worker to make it on the wall, which was lately expanded to a second wall, was Artwork Bader, who joined Sprague in 1971.
“Jared brings a novel skillset and perspective to his job that profit his co-workers, shoppers and the communities we serve,” stated Ross Treleven, president of Sprague. “The information and expertise gained from his time as a service specialist and department supervisor permit him to be extremely efficient in his position as a regional supervisor. We congratulate him on his 20 years with Sprague and stay up for his continued contributions.”
A member of Sprague’s Senior Administration Crew, Wallace began with Sprague in Could 2002 as a service specialist and was promoted to department supervisor in Kennewick in 2005. In 2013, he was promoted to district supervisor and to his present place in 2015.
Wallace attended Yakima Valley Group School and labored as a carpenter earlier than making a profession change and dealing with two different pest administration firms earlier than becoming a member of Sprague.
“Sprague’s tradition is centered in offering the pliability and freedom to pursue your profession and private objectives,” stated Wallace. “This has meant an incredible deal to me and my household and I’m grateful for the chance to work for an organization that’s 100% dedicated to supporting each its workers and their households.”
An avid outdoorsman, Wallace and his spouse have two youngsters. Along with fishing and looking, Wallace enjoys teaching youth sports activities, one thing he has performed for greater than 20 years.
In 2021, Wallace’s daughter, Maddie, was the recipient of Sprague Pest Options Scholarship Fund. The fund assists the kids of Sprague workers of their pursuits of conventional postsecondary schooling, technical or vocational coaching. Maddie is presently enrolled at Yakima Valley Group School.