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FPMA Announces New Officers and Board of Directors

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The Florida Pest Management Association announced its new leadership for 2012 at the recent Florida Pest and Lawn Care Expo in Orlando.

| March 9, 2012

The Florida Pest Management Association announced its new leadership for 2012 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
George Braker                 
Terminix Intl.
West Palm Beach, FL

PRESIDENT-ELECT
John Cooksey                  
McCall Service
Jacksonville, FL

VICE PRESIDENT
Billy Riley                  
BRYAN PEST CONTROL INC
Niceville,FL

TREASURER
Keith Ruebeling
LARUE PEST MANAGEMENT
Lehigh Acres, FL

SECRETARY
Adam Jones
Massey Services
Orlando, FL

IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT
Tim Brock                          
Brock Pest Control
Lynn Haven, FL

During his augural address, incoming President George Braker introduced his theme, FPMA Proud ~ A Winning Tradition and distributed pins featuring the theme first to the 20 Past Presidents in attendance.  President Braker is a longtime FPMA member, joining first in 1985 with his own company, Pest-Away.  Over 19 years, Braker held many positions with the FPMA, including serving as the Convention Chairman for three Past Presidents.  He is currently with Terminix in West Palm Beach, FL.

Contact information for FPMA leadership can be found on the association’s website, www.flpma.org.

 

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