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Roland Rhodes Recognized as a 40-Year ESA Member

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Rhodes, president of Rhodes Chemical Co., Kansas City, Kan., joined ESA in 1971.

| August 3, 2011

LANHAM, Md. — Roland Rhodes, president of Rhodes Chemical Co., Kansas City, Kan., was recognized as a 40-year member of the Entomological Society of America.

A letter mailed to Rhodes form ESA noted that, “With so much that’s happened in the past 40 years, it’s an honor to have loyal members like you to help us promote the value of entomology and share in the innovation of the science. Your long-term support to the Society and your profession has been incredible and we appreciate you keeping ESA as your professional resource.”
 

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