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FPMA Announces New Officers, Board Members

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The Florida Pest Management Association has announced its new leadership for 2013 at the recent Florida Pest and Lawn Care Expo in Orlando.

| January 29, 2013

The Florida Pest Management Association has announced its new leadership for 2013 at the recent Florida Pest and Lawn Care Expo in Orlando.  In addition to the 16 Board members representing their respective regions statewide, the association welcomed these new officers:  

PRESIDENT
John Cooksey
MCCALL SERVICE INC
Jacksonville, FL

PRESIDENT-ELECT
Billy Riley
BRYAN PEST CONTROL INC
Niceville, FL

VICE PRESIDENT
Keith Ruebeling
LARUE PEST MANAGEMENT
Lehigh Acres, FL

TREASURER
Adam Jones
MASSEY SERVICES, INC.
Orlando, FL

SECRETARY
Anne-Marie Tulp
ADAM’S PEST CONTROL
Port St. Lucie, FL

IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT
George Braker
TERMINIX INTERNATIONAL
West Palm Beach, FL

During his inaugural address, incoming and 66th FPMA President John Cooksey introduced his theme, Progress Through Unity and shared the vision for his term of office.  President Cooksey is the third FPMA president in his family, following his brother Bryan Cooksey III in 2001 and father Bryan Cooksey Jr, in 1973. He and his family are with McCall Service based in Jacksonville, FL.
 

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