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Update: Darryl Rosser Appointed to Kesselring Holding Corporation Board of Directors

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SARASOTA, Fla., Jan. 22, 2008 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Kesselring Holding Corporation (OTCBB:KSSH) today announced the addition of Darryl Rosser to the Board of Directors for a three-year term. James Toomey will remain on the Board of Directors.

"Darryl is a welcome addition to the Board, with his vast executive experience in manufacturing, operations and acquisitions throughout his distinguished 30 year career. Mr. Rosser will no doubt provide significant contributions to the board and senior management," stated Clifford H. Wildes, Chairman of the Board of Kesselring Holding Corporation.

Since 1973, Rosser's career has taken him on a management path with Texas Instruments, culminating as Director of Operations of the Industrial Systems Division. He has served in numerous executive capacities as President, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Executive Officer for public and private companies, including Wurlitzer Company, Falcon Products and Brown Jordan International. He is currently President, Chief Executive Officer and Board Member of Sagus International, where he manages three different business units.

Rosser said, "I look forward to using my experience in manufacturing and growth through acquisitions to assist the Board and management team of Kesselring Holding Corporation in achieving their growth objectives."

Kesselring Holding Corporation also announced today that Clifford H. Wildes, Chairman of the Board of Directors, has resigned as Secretary of the Corporation, but will remain as Chairman. Ben Bond, a Director of the Board, has been named as Secretary.

Kesselring Holding Corporation, dedicated to restoring the luster to America's commercial buildings, is proud of the fact that its subsidiaries have been independently operating since 1948 in the areas of restoration, construction, aluminum products, cabinetry, woodworking, and door and hardware materials. These companies include: Kesselring Construction Corporation, King Brothers Woodworking Inc., and King Door & Hardware Inc. With offices in Florida and Washington State, the companies provide skilled experience, customized project management, and a reputation for quality and integrity. For more information about Kesselring Holding Corporation or any of its subsidiaries, please visit www.KesselringHolding.com on the Web or call 941-953-5774.

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Kesselring Holding Corporation
Beth Coury, VP, Marketing
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