CC of Delaware Valley(CCDV) & CC of Lancaster/Berks/Lehigh(CC L/B/L)

Back row L-R: Brad Roth, service manager-CCDV; Josh Saltmer, wildlife technician-CCDV; Mike Barnes, wildlife technician-CCDV; Terry Walters, wildlife technician-CCDV.

Middle row L-R: Matt Beam, wildlife biologist/technician-CCDV; Bill Kilby, president-CC L/B/L; John Duckworth, wildlife technician-CC L/B/L; Rick Shervais, president-CCDV; Beth Shervais, business manager-CCDV.

Front row L-R: Alicia Irwin-CC L/B/L; Mia Miller, dispatcher-CCDV

Matt Beam

As one of our wildlife technicians, Matt is a highly qualified Wildlife Biologist, holding a Master of Science degree in Wildlife Biology from Frostburg University as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. He served several years as a Biological Field Technician for the Pennsylvania Game Commission, participating in studies of Flying Squirrels, Gray Squirrels, Northern Water Shrews, as well as radio telemetry migration studies of American Woodcock, Tundra Swans, and the Rocky Mountain Elk trap and transfer program. Matt has extensive knowledge of wildlife habits and the hazards they present in your property. He is an expert at excluding animal entry points for various species including bats and squirrels.

 

 

 

 

Terry Walters

Terry is the picture of your friendly neighborhood wildlife technician, with the distinction of being our longest tenured employee. He has the innate ability to locate dead animals that are hidden in the walls or ceilings of someone’s home. We are also very grateful for Terry’s service to our country on the USS Ponce during the Gulf War. He served eight years in the Navy, receiving the Battle E medal for efficiency during that conflict.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joshua Saltmer

Josh serves as one of our wildlife technicians. He holds a degree in Wildlife Resource Conservation from University of Montana, College of Forestry and a diploma from Northwood Institute of Taxidermy. He has work experience in carpentry and masonry and has been around wildlife since he was very young. He has participated in protected species studies with game wardens and biologists, as well as tracking and habitat research of lynx, grizzly bears, bull trout and wolves.

 

 

 

 

 

Rick & Beth Shervals, & Jake

Rick serves as president of the company and technical advisor to the field staff. He is a licensed and certified animal control agent and has extensive trapping experience of all nuisance species in our area. Rick is a U.S. Army Veteran having served our country in Viet Nam in the U.S. ground forces. Beth serves as our business manager, processing all invoices and payments. Rick and Beth have owned and operated C.C.D.V. for twenty years. Jake serves as the official greeter and parking lot attendant!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brad Roth

Brad manages our service department. They receive calls from clients, analyze their needs, schedule the service calls and then provide follow up customer service as needed. They are usually the first voices you'll hear when you call CCDV and provide information support to you and the wildlife technician throughout the wildlife remediation process of your property. Brad lived on his grandfather's farm in Virginia as a child, has observed livestock and crop management on several farms over the years and has been around wildlife all his life. He worked many years as a carpenter and contractor and understands how houses are built.

 

 

 

Mia Miller

Mia serves as a service dispatcher. She has experience working in various office settings and helping customers on the phone. She graduated from Reading Area Community College with a secretarial certificate. She grew up with various pets and is the proud owner of two slider turtles and a tarantula.