Environmental Technician


Environmental Technician at   United States Air Force

August 2008 - August 2014 (6 years 1 month)

- Pest identification specialist and chemical distribution and application expert. - Selecting and mixing chemicals and mediums according to approved formulas for a particular pest or condition while developing survey and treatment schedules. - Adjusted and maintained pumping systems,chemical feeders, auxiliary equipment, control systems storage tank levels and pump stations indicators. - Utilize knowledge of environmental and regulatory requirements concerning the application of pesticides. - Used exceptional customer service skills regarding educating self service application and prevention guidelines for customers.

- Conducted safety inspections and followed safety rules and procedures. - Executed field service work with

little to no supervision.





United States Air Force Community College

Associate's Degree, Entomology, 2008 - 2014

Activities and Societies: - Habitat for Humanity project helper; teamed w/25 engineers/ 5 crafts- framed/ sheathed 1.4Ksq ft home in one day. - Booster Club representative aided 4 events/ raised $1K-- bolstered morale of 400+ members. - Red cross volunteer for emergency blood drive- collected 101 productive units

in 6 hours. - Worked for Airmen Against Drunk Driving; AADD/ volunteered 48hrs + for intoxicated airmen transported home during off duty hours- 28 careers/lives saved.

Ozarks Technical Community College

Associate's Degree, General Studies, 2004 - 2005

Lamar High School

High School, 2000 - 2003

Activities and Societies: Habitat for Humanity- building homes Future Business leaders of America



Skills & Expertise

Pest identification specialist

Chemical Distribution and application


Planning pest control work and developing survey and treatment schedules

Selecting equipment and materials for specific pest control functions and report

Exceptional customer service

Educating Customers

Use and maintain a variety of tools and equipment

Landscape surveying Pest abatement Physical Fitness leader

inspected pest/ sanitary controls on food serving facilities



Volunteer Experience


volunteer at   American Red Cross

April 2011 - Present (3 years 11 months)

27Apr11 thru 26Apr12- Red Cross Volunteer for Emergency Blood Drive, collected 101 productive units in 6 hours.


driver at   AADD (Airmen against drunk driving)

Drove intoxicated Airmen home during off duty hours, 28 careers/ lives saved


project helper at   Habitat for Humanity

27Apr11 - 26Apr12 Teamed with 25 engineers/5 crafts-- framed/ sheathed 1.4K sq ft home in one day.


handy man at   United Way Day of Caring

27Apr12- 26Apr13 repaired/ repainted 2 derelict Girl Scout camping facilities that were readied for 1.5K



bowling event supporter at   Special Olympics

27Apr12- 26Apr13 Volunteered 6 hours assisting participants which enhanced self-esteem of 50+kids


Physical Training Leader at   Air Force Civil Engineering

Completed 8 hours of Physical Training Leader certification training and inspired 200+ Airmen in fitness-- directly contributed to Squadron 98% PT pass rate


Booster Club Representative at   Air Force Civil Engineering

27Apr12- 26 Apr13 Active Squadron Booster Club Representative, aided 2 events/ raised 1K bolstered morale of 400+ members


Physical Training Leader at   Air Force Civil Engineering

27Apr13- 26Apr14 Led weekly squadron fitness sessions while motivating 200+ members; reduced

50%/99% pass rate-- 225 personnel average 91.5%


Honors and Awards

Air Force Achievement Medal

Department of the Air Force; Col Michael B. Mongold

September 2014


leadership, ceaseless efforts, and dedication to duty were instrumental to the success of Joint Base Charleston, SC and over 60 mission partners supporting operations world wide. A recognized expert, he performed 846 hours of airfield herbicide application ensuring the mission success of 52 C-17s valued at 11 billion dollars. His expertise proved vital during an 80 hour weed abatement operation spanning 32 miles of railway. His efforts secured essential railway security and preserved rail integrity, eliminating delays to Army Strategic Logistic Activity Charleston operations. He served as the sole military Pest Management Technician while deployed to Manas Air Force Base, Kyrgyzstan in support of Operation Enduring freedom, He diligently maintained a base wide rodent control program, in which he monitored 90 billion dollar infrastructure and

the health and welfare of 173,000 transient forces.

The Air Force Achievement Medal

The United States Air Force, Col Justin C. Davey

January 2013


Dedicating countless work-hours, SrA Renfro abated invasive weed growth on 3.2 million square yards of active airfield. His selfless efforts were essential to maintaining 100 percent mission capability for

57 C-17s valued at 12.3 billion dollars. He performed flawlessly as a quality assurance evaluator for a vital termite prevention application contract for a new 9,000 square foot facility which enabled the on - time completion of a 3.4 million dollar facility construction project. Renfro's superior mission knowledge contributed immensely to the flight's success during the 2009 Environmental Safety and Occupational Health Compliance Assessment and Management Program Inspection. His attention to detail and pursuit of excellence yielded the section's lowest total findings ever, with zero significant discrepancies and four positive findings overall.

Meritorious Unit Award

Air Mobility Command, USAF April 2010

Executed nighttime herbicide ops on runway; 1st time ever at Charleston Air Force Base and was key to #1 award win for Civil Engineer Support Group in AMC/Curtin Award/

AF Outstanding Unit Award

Air Force

Air Force Good Conduct Medal

United States Air Force

National Defense Service Medal

Air Force

Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal

The United states Air Force


January 2014


Service before self, fulfilled short notice AEF tasking/ completing training 3 weeks ahead of schedule, deployment ready. Sole deployed certified pest tech; sustained 3 AAFES facilities/ 4 dining facilities-- compound disease free 1/6K personnel safe.

Global War on Terrorism Service Medal

United States Air Force

January 2014


Service before self, fulfilled short notice AEF tasking/ completing training 3 weeks ahead of schedule, deployment ready. Sole deployed certified pest tech; sustained 3 AAFES facilities/ 4 dining facilities-- compound disease free 1/6K personnel safe.

Air Force Expeditionary Service Ribbon with Gold Border

United States Air Force

Air Force longevity Service

United States Air Force

Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon

United States Air Force


Shot expert during rifle training at basic training

Last Resume Update February 26, 2015
Address Belleville
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