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Goodwin, Judy Elected to GPCA Hall of Fame

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Craig Goodwin of Rollins, Inc., Atlanta, Ga., and Dennis Judy of Allgood Pest Solutions, Duluth, Ga., were inducted into the Georgia Pest Control Association (GPCA) Hall of Fame on Jan. 15.

| June 12, 2014

Dennis Judy (left) and Craig Goodwin, newest GPCA Hall of Fame members.

NORCROSS, Ga. — Craig Goodwin of Rollins, Inc., Atlanta, Ga., and Dennis Judy of Allgood Pest Solutions, Duluth, Ga., were  inducted into the Georgia Pest Control Association (GPCA) Hall of Fame on Jan. 15. This is the highest honor bestowed by the Georgia Pest Control Association.

The GPCA Hall of Fame Award honors those outstanding individuals whose passion for advancing the pest management industry and helping others have set them apart from the rest of the industry.  With their induction, they join the 30 other men and women who have previously been inducted in the 65 year history of the GPCA.

“We are proud to recognize Craig Goodwin and Dennis Judy with this prestigious honor. For many years, they have made their mark on both the industry and the association.  For their outstanding contributions and commitment to advancing the education and professionalism of the pest management industry, the Georgia Pest Control Association is proud to welcome these gentlemen into the GPCA Hall of Fame” said Manuel Snipes, President of the Georgia Pest Control Association.

Craig Goodwin has worked diligently with the association’s Education Committee and was instrumental in building the GPCA Train the Trainer program for which he is one of the instructors.  He currently serves as the Senior Committee Chairman for the Education Committee and has been honored as Committee Chairman of the Year as well as a recipient of the GPCA Pioneer Award.

Dennis Judy has served the association as committee chairman for the Risk Management and Education Committees. He has also received the Committee Chairman of the Year Award for his leadership of the Education Committee, and a Special Recognition Award presented by the association president in 2007. Dennis is one of the instructors for the Train the Trainer program.  He was a charter member of the GPCA Leadership program, and has served in all offices on the Executive Board, serving as President of the association in 2011-2012.

The Hall of Fame induction ceremony was held during the annual GPCA Winter Conference in Athens, GA in January 2014.
 

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