ServiceMaster of Rutherford County appoints new sales director

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A. J. Farley

Jim Soyster, President of ServiceMaster of Rutherford County, today Monday that A. J. Farley has joined the company to secure its place as a locally-owned leader in the Disaster Restoration Services industry.

A Rutherford county resident since 1990, Farley has a wealth of insurance and loss-prevention industry experience, having worked for Andy Womack in his State Farm agency for 12 years. He assisted clients in their loss-prevention and recovery efforts while there, and was a recognized producer and client-retention leader. For the past four years, Farley served as the director of youth ministry at Murfreesboro’s New Heights Chapel. Farley will lead the company’s sales and marketing efforts.

Soyster said, “A. J.’s dedication to conducting business with integrity and courtesy, his many years of experience in the insurance industry in Middle Tennessee and the connections he has made there, his passion for excellence in customer service, his love for this community; these are the qualities that we see in him that make us certain that he is the right fit for our team. We view his hiring as a symbol of our commitment to continue providing the best and most reliable restoration service in our community. He will help us spread the word that we are the locally-owned industry leaders in the disaster restoration field.”

“Since 1985, the Soyster family has committed to conducting business in an ethical and courteous manner that is well known in our community, and the ServiceMaster brand is rightfully recognized as a symbol for quality restoration and cleaning services. The team that Jim and Helen have assembled provides the very best in timely customer service, and I am honored to become a part of this group of professionals.” said Farley.

ServiceMaster of Rutherford County is a firm which offers a wide variety of disaster restoration services, residential and commercial cleaning, and construction services to its clients across Middle Tennessee. Jim and Helen Soyster opened their business in 1985 and have helped the people of this community recover from loss through their efforts. The company grew from four key objectives which still guide all of its actions: to honor God in all it does, to excel with customers, to help people develop, and to grow profitably. More information is available at the company’s website,, call 615.473.2846 or e-mail

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