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Galvin Murphy Wins NEPMA's Bart Eldridge Award

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Murphy, owner of Yankee Pest Control, Malden, Mass. is the 19th recipient of the New England Pest Management Association's Bart Eldridge Award.

| January 4, 2012

Galvin Murphy, owner of Yankee Pest Control, Malden, Mass. is the 19th recipient of the New England Pest Management Association's Bart Eldridge Award. The award is named after the first president of the NEPMA, founded in 1933, and awarded to a member who has made a long term commitment to the betterment of the pest control industry in New England. Murphy has served as president, secretary and treasurer of NEPMA.

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