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PMP Mike Dickens Awarded ‘Life Membership’ in Texas Association

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Dickens and his wife provided hours of support and physical labor during the transition period to a new association management company after the passing of Executive Director Ken Myers last year.

| December 9, 2010

Left to right: Eric Melass, Mike DickensHouston, Texas — PMP Mike Dickens, owner of Champions Pest Control, Spring, Texas, has been given “Life Membership” in the Texas Pest Control Association. He was recognized with this honor during the association’s annual meeting general session in November. 
 
Eric Melass, TPCA president, said Dickens has been instrumental in the success of TPCA over the past years, serving as president of the association in 1993. Additionally, he has been very active in the Greater Houston chapter. “He and his wife Stephanie provided hours and hours of support and physical labor during the transition period to a new association management company after the passing of Executive Director Ken Myers last year,” Melass said.
 

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