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Stephon, a Lakehurst resident, joined Cowleys in 2019 as a Certified Basic Wildlife Control Operator. Prior to joining Cowleys, he was a tech for almost three years with one of the largest pest control companies in the world. Stephon is excited to "downscale" and join a closely knit family-owned company in which there is genuine teamwork and support among all the technicians and supervisors. At Cowleys, the daily work of every technician is truly appreciated and rewarded. According to Stephon, everyone here shares the same exact focus: delivering great customer service.
Being a wildlife tech is physically demanding, and Stephon works hard to stay fit. He not only works out, but for fun, plays in a flag football league every Sunday. Unless the New England Patriots recognize Stephon’s talents, he plans to build his career at Cowleys. To relax, Stephon enjoys playing poker. He is one of those guys that you just like being around. He’s fun, relaxed, and has a great sense of humor. In his short time at Cowleys, Stephon has seamlessly fit in with everyone here. We’re glad to have him.
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“We were hearing scratching and scampering sounds upstairs at sunrise and sundown and thought we had a squirrel problem. The wildlife technicians, Stephon and...”Read Full Testimonial
“Really appreciate Stephon. Very friendly and informative.”Read Full Testimonial
“On some occasions, I called after hours and there was always an operator or someone to take my call. They then followed up the next business day with a phone...”Read Full Testimonial
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