Truly David Nolen of Truly Nolen Pest Control with his airplane in 1959.

Courtesy Truly Nolen Pest Control

The founder of Tucson-based Truly Nolen of America died Tuesday. He was 89.

Truly David Nolen died in his home in Naples, Florida, the company said in a news release.

Nolen is best known for his companies – Truly Nolen of America based and Truly Nolen International based in Orlando — and their fleet of yellow mouse cars and antique vehicles.

Today, there are more than 320 Truly Nolen offices in 63 countries. 

Nolen is survived by his wife of 32 years, Vickie Taylor Nolen, and by his eight children: Truly William Nolen, Steven Scott Nolen, Bonnie Sue Nolen Jauregui, Really Philip Nolen, Michelle Nolen Senner, Sincere Leigh Nolen, Scarlett Sahara Nolen Jallad and True Spyder Luke Nolen. He is also survived by 12 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren.

A private service will be held Friday at Temple Shalom in Naples, FL.