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Pi Chi Omega, the national professional pest control fraternity, recently announced new members, associate members and board of directors.

| December 22, 2011

Pi Chi Omega Announces New Board of Directors Pi Chi Omega, the national professional pest control fraternity, recently announced new members, associate members and board of directors.

New Active Members

Dr. Jody Gangloff-Kaufmann, Cornell University

Dr. Michael E. Scharf, Purdue University

Dr. Hao Ur, Guardian Pest Solutions, St. Paul, Minn.

New Associate Members

Nicole Zickefoose, JT Eaton

Craig Martelle, JT Eaton

New Board of Directors

Dr. Stuart Mitchell – Secretary

Dr. Eric Smith – Director

Dr. Nicola Gallagher – Director

Kim Kelly-Tunis – President Elect

Pi Chi Omega continues to grow and if you are interested in becoming a member visit www.pichiomega.org or e-mail the fraternity's executive director, Vern Toblan, at verntoblan@verizon.net.

 

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