Jeffery J. Tomion
Jeffery J. Tomion holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Studies from the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry at Syracuse University, Class of 1994. He is certified by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation in 3a (ornamental and turf), 7a (structural and rodent), 7b (fumigation), 7f (food processing), and 7g (cooling towers) and has had extensive experience in all areas of pest management and on-site inspection procedures. Jeff has passed the NPMA Pest Management in Food Plants Exam.
Jeff Tomion is certified by ASI Food Safety Consultants as a Lead Food Safety Auditor. Jeff has also attended the American Institute of Baking (AIB) Food Plant Sanitation and HAACP seminars. Jeff has passed the NPMA Pest Management in Food Plants Exam.
Henry M. Wodarski
Hank began his pest control career with Jeff Tomion in 1999. Hank has extensive experience with commercial and residential pest control. Hank has attended AIB food safety and HACCP training and is certified as a commercial applicator by New York State Department of Environmental Conservation in category 7A structural and rodent and 7F food processing.
Jeffery B. Tomion
Jeff, son of owner, Jeff Tomion, is a NYSDEC commercially certified applicator in Structural and Rodent Pest Control (7A) and Food Processing (7F). He plans on receiving his certification in 3A (Ornamental and Turf), 7B (Fumigation) and 7G (Cooling Towers). Jeff is currently enrolled at the College of Environmental Science and Forestry at Syracuse University. Jeff has passed the NPMA Pest Management in Food Plants Exam.
Tessa has her Master’s from Cornell University in Entomology. She specializes in low impact insect management methods, such as biological control. As our Staff Entomologist, she is responsible for a number of duties, including pest identification, and management recommendations. Tessa also holds an A.A.S. in Agriculture Technology from SUNY Alfred and a B.S in Entomology from Cornell University. She will soon be board certified.
Julien joined PPC in 2016 and has earned his NYSDEC technician certification in Structural and Rodent Pest Control (7A). Julien will continue his aggressive training regiment.
Zach joined PPC in December 2016 and is currently in training. In addition, to hands on training Zach is currently enrolled in Purdue’s Food Plant IPM online course. Zach has passed the NPMA Pest Management in Food Plants Exam and is certified by the NYSDEC in food processing.
Nick joined PPC in March 2017 and is currently in training. In addition, to hands on training Nick is currently enrolled in a NYSDEC 30 hours training course and Purdue’s Food Plant IPM online course. In 2016, he graduated from the State University of New York at Potsdam. Nick earned his Bachelors of Arts degree in Environmental Studies with a minor in Geology.
Jerry joined PPC in December of 2016 as our food safety advisor. Jerry has extensive food safety training: HACCP certified, certified SQF practitioner, and certified internal auditor.
Amy, I must congratulate you and your husband on a very nice young man, “Jeff”. I have been a first line supervisor in manufacturing for over 30 years and have only come across a few people at his age that carry himself as well as he does. It is so nice to converse with a member of the younger generation that is polite and knows how to carry on a conversation intelligently. He gives the outward appearance of a very calm intelligent professional and in someone so young, that is rare.
He is a testament to you and your husbands values. WELL DONE.
Jeff came out this week to spray for spiders and bees. He did a wonderful job and was so professional, friendly, and courteous. We are recommending your company to all our friends!
Outstanding work, very fast and extremely friendly. Highly recommended. Thank you once again for the fast prompt service.
8 years in this house and every year the wife tried a different company cause kept getting bees you come the first year and didn’t see one all year so she’s very happy (I guess that’s what matters most LOL)