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NPMA Announces 2014-2015 Board of Directors Nominees

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The NPMA Board of Directors has ratified the candidates recommended by the NPMA Nominating Committee for the national offices of the Board of Directors.

| January 29, 2014

The NPMA Board of Directors has ratified the candidates recommended by the NPMA Nominating Committee for the national offices of the Board of Directors.
 
The following is a list of board nominees for 2014-2015.
 
Secretary
The Secretary shall be responsible for the recording and distribution of all minutes of meetings of the Executive Committee, Board of Directors, and Membership, and declaring a quorum for the respective meetings.

J. Bryan Cooksey, III, McCall Service, Inc., Jacksonville, Florida
 
Regional Directors
One Regional Candidate from Each of the Following NPMA Regions:
 
Region Two: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virgin Islands

Burns Blackwell, Terminix Company, Greensboro, North Carolina
Court Parker, Bug Busters, Inc., Winder, Georgia
 
Region Three: Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, Wyoming
 
Carrie Thibodeaux, Sprague Pest Solutions, Tacoma, Washington
Richard Kesecker, Good Earth Pest Company, Corvallis, Oregon
 
At-Large Directors
Five (5) At-Large Candidates (not regionally specific)
 
Robert Baker, Clark Pest Control, Lodi, California
Michael Botha, Sandwich Isle Pest Solutions, Pearl City, Hawaii
Cleveland Dixon, Holiday Termite and Pest Control, Springfield, Virginia
Richard Ennis, The Steritech Group, Inc., Charlotte, North Carolina
Stephen R. Good, The Terminix International Co., Memphis, Tennessee
Andrew Klein, Assured Environments, New York, New York
Chris McCloud, McCloud Services, South Elgin, Illinois
Deni Naumann, Copesan Services, Inc., Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin
Emily Thomas, Arrow Exterminators, Inc., Atlanta, Georgia
Ben Walker, Gregory Pest Solutions, Greenville, South Carolina
 
Past President Representative
Raleigh Jenkins, ABC Home & Commercial Services, Houston, Texas
 
The Board of Directors election will be held this Spring, and, for the first time, NPMA is offering online voting.  (To ensure you have the opportunity to vote, please make sure we have your proper email.  Contact jdominguez@pestworld.org if you need to update your information.)
 
Additionally, any 25 Regular Members, not more than 10 of whom are within any one Region, may nominate any qualified Regular Member as a candidate for Secretary or At-Large Director. Such nominations shall be made by filing a written petition with the Executive Vice President no later than 15 days after the names of nominated candidates are announced. The name of any Regular Members so nominated shall be included together with the names of those nominated by the Nominating Committee and ratified by the Board in the report of nominations to the membership. Any 10 Regular Members within a Region, not more than six of whom are from any one state in the Region, may nominate any qualified candidate for a Regional Director position provided a written petition is filed with the Executive Vice President no later 15 days after the names of nominated candidates are announced.
 
Written petitions must be submitted by February 11 to:
 
Bob Rosenberg, Executive Vice President
NPMA
10460 North Street
Fairfax, VA 22030
For additional questions, contact NPMA at (703) 352-6762.
 

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