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IPMA Honors Marion Hall; Announces New Officers and Directors

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Hall, Circle City Pest Control Co., Indianapolis, was inducted into the Indiana Pest Management Association Hall of Fame

| January 19, 2010

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — As part of the Indiana Pest Management Association’s (IPMA’s) recent meeting at the Purdue Pest Management Conference, the association recognized longtime member Marion Hall, Circle City Pest Control Co., Indianapolis, by inducting him into the IPMA Hall of Fame.

 IPMA officers and directors include (from left to right): Ray Siegel, Gary Bennett, John Walton, Syed Shah, David Edwards, Dan Collins, Tim Kaforke, Scott Robbins and Mark Swihart.

Additionally, IPMA announced its newest officers and directors: President Syed Shah; Vice President Dan Collins; Past President David Edwards; Secretary Gary Bennett; and Directors Ray Siegel, Tim Kaforke, John Walton, Scott Robbins, and Mark Swihart.

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