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John Chapman, director of technical services at Memphis, Tenn.-based Terminix, passed away on June 21. He was 60.

| June 23, 2010

Memphis — John Chapman, director of technical services at Memphis, Tenn.-based Terminix, passed away on June 21. He was 60. 
 
A graduate of Michigan State University, Chapman possessed a lifelong passion for nature and science. He began his career with Terminix in 1971 as a service professional at the company’s franchise in Corpus Christi, Texas. John went on to lead a 38-year career with the organization, serving in various technical and leadership roles across the country.
 
He moved into a management role in 1974 when he accepted an assistant managerial position at the company’s Fort Worth franchise, but his heart never strayed far from the technical specialization and service aspects of the profession where his background was rooted. During his time at Terminix, he became one of the company’s foremost experts in termite behavior and treatment, and he was widely known as one of the pest control industry’s most trusted minds. 

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Chapman was a 2008 Crown Leadership winner. Click here to read Chapman's Leadership profile.

Prior to his death, Chapman served for 25 years as director of technical services at the Terminix corporate office in Memphis. John is survived by Sue, his wife of 38 years, and his two daughters (Stacey and Jennifer) and six grandchildren.

 

 


 

 

 

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