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NEPMA Awards Mark Weintraub Scholarship

Brian Lenihan, of Newton, Mass., was awarded the scholarship in May.

| September 11, 2012

From left to right: Michael Lenihan, Sheila Lenihan, Brian Lenihan and Chairman Rob Kreimeyer. Photo provided by the New England Pest Management Association.

NEWTON, Mass. - The winner of the annual Mark Weintraub Scholarship, awarded by the New England Pest Management Association, is Brian Lenihan.

Lenihan is a graduate of Newton North High School in Newton, Mass., and will be attending Westfield State University where he is planning on majoring in special education. His father is Michael Lenihan, manager at Waltham Services, Waltham, Mass.

Lenihan was awarded the scholarship at the Mark Weintraub Scholarship Dinner, held on May 2. 

The Association wishes Brian the best of luck as he pursues his dream of becoming a special education teacher. 

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