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A-Active Names McCormick General Manager

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Keith McCormick was named GM of A-Active and also was elected to the Virginia Pest Management Association's Board of Directors.

| November 29, 2012

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — Keith McCormick was named GM of A-Active Termite and Pest Control and also was elected to the Virginia Pest Management Association's Board of Directors. McCormick will serve a two-year term on this board.

“Keith is a strong addition to the VPMA Board,” said Kevin Kordek, president and CEO of A-Active and past president of the VPMA. “He is a seasoned leader and an advocate for continuing to raise the profile of the pest management industry. Our entire company is proud that he is representing A-Active in this leadership role.”

McCormick is an Associated Certified Entomologist from the Entomological Society of America, a Virginia Pest Management Association Wood Destroying Organisms Inspector, certified by the Virginia Department of Agriculture in General Pest and Wood Destroying Insects and has completed Purdue University's Pest Management Technology program.

He has been in the pest management industry since 1999 and started with A-Active in 2005 as a field technician. Prior to the pest management industry he served 8 years in the US Navy as an Aviation Electronics Specialist.

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