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St. Aubin to be Inducted into KPCA Hall of Fame

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The Kansas Pest Control Association will induct Forrest St. Aubin into the Kansas Pest Control Industry Hall of Fame on Dec. 1, at the 2011 Winter Conference in Kansas City.

| November 11, 2011

The Kansas Pest Control Association will induct Forrest St. Aubin into the Kansas Pest Control Industry Hall of Fame on Dec. 1, at the 2011 Winter Conference in Kansas City. The induction will take place during the Thursday evening Banquet. Tickets are still available.
 
St. Aubin is the 23rd individual to be inducted into the Hall of Fame, and the first individual to be inducted since 2008. St. Aubin was selected by the KPCA Hall of Fame Committee.
 
St. Aubin is a Board Certified Entomologist and nationally recognized pest management consultant. He currently serves at a consultant to the urban pest management industry and the legal profession. He was the first technical editor of Chemical Times and Trends; is an author of many articles concerning food plant and health care pest management, structural pest control, and medical entomology.
 
He is a former president of the Kansas Pest Control Association; he formerly operated Summa Pest Management Services, in Overland Park; and from 1993 to 1997 he was director of the Division of Plant Health of the Kansas Department of Agriculture.

If you have any question about the induction or banquet, please contact the KPCA offices at kansaspest@yahoo.com or at 785-271-9220.
 

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