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Cascade’s Brown Joins WSPMA’s Education Committee

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Al Brown, service and training manager of Cascade Pest Control, has joined the Education Committee of the Washington State Pest Management Association (WSPMA).

| March 9, 2010

BELLEVUE, Wash. — Al Brown, service and training manager of Cascade Pest Control, has joined the Education Committee of the Washington State Pest Management Association (WSPMA).

“I look forward to being involved with helping guide the quality of the education technicians receive,” Brown said. “Working closely with [Education Committee chair] Scott Dideon, I anticipate this will range from selecting speakers to helping design curriculum content to evaluating training locations.”

Brown, who has been with Cascade Pest for 17 years, had previously served on the Education Committee in 2006.

“We’re very excited to have Mr. Brown re-join this important committee, continuing our long relationship with the WSPMA,” said Diana Sheridan, co-owner of Cascade Pest Control. Cascade ownership has a history of leadership within the Association, serving as president, on the Board of Directors, the first Ethics Committee chairperson, and the first Environmental-Health Awareness Committee chairperson.
 

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