More Floods training class of May 2013

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LENEXA, KS — More Floods is proud to have the following new companies join their membership along with existing member companies who sent employees through training in May 2013.

more floods may 2013Starting with the back row from left to right:
Barry Thombs, Rockaway Insurance Disaster Services; Lori Boyter, Rockaway Insurance Disaster Services; Darrell Riley, ABC Cleaning & Restoration; Mike Pryor, Rockaway Insurance Disaster Services; Tim Lilly, Fist Call Restoration; Evan Willis, ABC Cleaning & Restoration; Bill Burton, Flood Pro’s; and JP Alba, WOW Total Cleaning.

Front row from left to right:
Jennie Macy, Clean Right Carpet Cleaning; Roger Lakin, Clean Right Carpet Cleaning; Lady Theresa Thombs, Rockaway Insurance Disaster Services; Gary Blakeney, 911 Restoration; Jeanette Trujillo, FloodMasters; Will Trujillo, FloodMasters; and Oscar Aldama, WOW Total Cleaning

Each of these organizations completed a two-day training class on May 16 and 17 at the modern More Floods training facility in Lenexa, KS.

Eight new companies attended training in May.

More Floods wishes our newest members and all our existing members great success.

Cleanfax Staff

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