Did You Know-Baron Employee Spotlight

Published by The Bee News

November 16, 2018

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FORT MOHAVE–Baron Services in Fort Mohave employ some of the best in the area. This month, we will spotlight employee Larry Johnson.

Larry was born and raised in Houston, Texas and has three grown children, Michael Franklin, 26; Kiara Johnson, 24; and Sydney Johnson, 22. Larry is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps and served in Operation Desert Storm. In the summer of 2002, Larry moved from southern California to Arizona.

He began his career with Baron Pest Solutions in April 2006 in the weed control division and later moved to the residential pest control division from fall 2006 to winter 2009. A year later, Larry went to work in the commercial end of pest control. Twelve years later, Larry handles commercial and residential weed control, as well as, pest control accounts for commercial and residential clients.

When Larry isn’t working, he enjoys umpiring youth softball and baseball. He also has spent the last 14 years coaching soccer for youth and high school players. Earlier this year, Larry married his best friend, Joanna Dowell.

Baron Services provides pest, landscape, pool and security services to residents within the Tri-state community.

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2 Comments

  1. Joanna Johnson

    My favorite “big guy”!

  2. Oscar Weatherspoon

    Congratulations to my nephew, Larry. May you be blessed with good health and to continue to do a great on your job and make your boss proud!!??

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