Alan Huot Obituary, Death – With the deepest of sadness, we are obligated to inform you of the demise of Alan A. Huot, who was not only one of the founders of our company but also a past president. We say this because we are required to tell you about his passing. Wildlife Control Supply (WCS) was founded by Alan and his wife Carol in 1998 with the purpose of assisting in addressing the growing need for equipment and instructional services in the rapidly developing professional wildlife control business.
Alan and Carol have been the driving force behind the expansion and success of the company for the past twenty or so years. Alan was a well-known and recognized figure in the field of animal management. His expertise was in this area. He played a significant role in the development of the industry’s professionalism by contributing to the creation of new products and associating himself with a large number of local, regional, and national trade organizations, including the National Wildlife Control Operators Association, of which he was a founding member.
In addition, he was a founding member of the National Wildlife Control Operators Association. In addition to that, he was an early participant in the formation of the National Wildlife Control Operators Association. The fact that we were able to work with Alan over such a long period of time and that we even met him in the first place is something that we consider an unbelievable stroke of good luck.
Even after he had retired, he continued to take an active interest in, make contributions to, and offer aid to the company that he had always adored. In addition, he never stopped providing assistance to the company. We are all going to grievously miss his companionship, as well as his leadership, intelligence, and sense of humor. He will be sorely missed by everyone. At WCS, Alan has established a legacy for himself that will endure for all of time and will never be forgotten. During this difficult time, we want Carol and the rest of the Huot family to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers, and we want them to know that we are thinking about them.