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Bob Jackson Inducted into IPMA Hall of Fame

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Jackson, owner of Jackson Pest Management, Waynedale, Ind., was inducted into the Indiana Pest Management Association Hall of Fame, during January’s 71st Purdue Pest Management Conference.

| March 11, 2013

Marion Hall presents the Indiana Pest Management Assoication's Hall of Fame Award to Bob Jackson

WAYNEDALE, Ind. — Bob Jackson, owner of Jackson Pest Management, Waynedale, Ind., was inducted into the Indiana Pest Management Association Hall of Fame, during January’s 71st Purdue Pest Management Conference.

Jackson was recognized for outstanding contributions, education and assistance to Indiana pest management professionals, the structural pest management industry and continued service to the Indiana Pest Management Association.

Jackson was past president and board member of the IPMA and has operated Jackson Pest Management since 1995.

 

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