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Doug MacPherson Honored with Paul K. Adams Award of Excellence

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The award, named after industry icon and past NPMA president Paul Adams, is given to those who have excelled in their contributions to the association and the industry.

| March 6, 2013

Doug MacPherson was recently honored at the annual meeting of the Louisiana Pest Management Association (LPMA). MacPherson was the latest recipient of the Paul K. Adams Award of Excellence. The award, named after industry icon and past NPMA president Paul Adams, is given to those who have excelled in their contributions to the association and the industry.

Past recipients of the Paul K. Adams Award of Excellence, which is not an annual award, are: Lois Caffey, Bob Kunst, Dr. H. Rouse Caffey, Ben Witt, Rick Williams, Dudley Trahan, Dolores Trahan, John McPherson, Jimmy Arceneaux, Allen Fugler, and Butch Morrison.
 

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