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Rick Allen Recognized by LIPCA

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The Long Island Pest Control Association recognized Residex-Turfgrass’s Rick Allen for 15 years of involvement as allied director of the association.

| March 7, 2012

Board members in this picture from left to right are Jim Conroy, Victor Bonavita, Steven Free, Howie Ryder, Rick Allen, Neil Mazzella, Larry Izzo and Executive Director, Jan Cicchetti. .

LONG ISLAND, New York — The Long Island Pest Control Association recognized Residex-Turfgrass’s Rick Allen with a plaque during its Winter Workshop, on Feb. 24.

Allen, technical sales representative for Residex-Turfgrass, has been the allied director of the association for 15 years. The plaque reads: "The members of LIPCA wish to express our sincere gratitude to Rick Allen for his untiring efforts on behalf of our association. Rick, as Chairman of the association's education committee has taken our educational programs to a new level of excellence. He has given unselfishly of his personal time and his dedication to the goals and aspirations of LIPCA and has proven to be a precious asset. We all thank him for his commitment and perseverance not only to LIPCA but to the pest management industry."

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