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Suzanne Graham has been awarded the 2011 President’s Award by the Charlotte-DeSoto Building Industry Association (CDBIA).

| March 20, 2012

Suzanne Graham and CDBIA President Paul Schaefer.

PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. — Tony Massey, president and COO of Orlando-based Massey Services, announced that Suzanne Graham from Massey Services has been awarded the 2011 President’s Award by the Charlotte-DeSoto Building Industry Association (CDBIA).

Graham was recently honored for her dedication, training skills and support to incoming CDBIA presidents. She has been a member of the organization since 1995. Graham’s tenure with the CDBIA includes service as the only female president to the organization in 2006. Graham has also served as the governmental affairs and political chairperson. Graham is the former owner of American Pest Control Management which was acquired by Massey Services in November 2011.

“We’re proud of the recognition Suzanne has received for her accomplishments,” said Tony Massey. “The vast knowledge and experience she brings to Massey and the CDBIA will continue to enhance the quality of service delivered to our customers.

Graham is also a Florida Home Builders Association (FBHA) Life Director.  This is the fourth time that Graham has won the CBIA President’s award.

 

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