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NEPMA Holds BBQ and Care Package Drive for Our Troops

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New England Pest Management Association members gathered at PCO Galvin Murphy's home for this important cause.

| June 21, 2011

Left to right; Galvin J. Murphy, Ed Cochran, Barbara Murphy all from Yankee Pest Control, Ed & Shelia Haddad from Bell Labs, Kevin Moran BCE from Residex Corp, Molly Moran from GreenHow Pest, Galvin C. Murphy from Yankee Pest, Marillian Missiti, President of New England Pest Management Association, Buono Pest Control, & Barry McInnis From Eagle Pest.

On June 11, 2011, members from New England Pest Management Association, joined by other groups, gathered at the home of NEPMA member and past president Galvin Murphy to enjoy a BBQ and send care packages to our deployed troops.

The rain that day may have kept some people from being there but the pest management professionals from NEPMA arrived with arms full of donations and then went to work getting the packages put together and ready for mailing. Hundred of boxes were mailed to our troops containing anything from snack foods to socks and foot powder and lap top computers with DVDs. A great day was had by all who attended.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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