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Tony Massey of Massey Services Joins the Board of PPMA

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Massey has been president of the firm since 2006.

| March 25, 2010

Tony MasseyFairfax, Va. — The Professional Pest Management Alliance (PPMA), which serves as the public outreach arm of the National Pest Management Association (NPMA), announced the appointment of Tony Massey to its board of directors. Massey serves as president and chief operations officer of Massey Services in Orlando, Fla., where he is responsible for all company operations, including residential and commercial pest prevention, termite protection, landscape services, and Massey’s new construction division.

Massey started in the pest management business at the age of 16 as a termite technician for Terminix International, where he worked during summers. Upon graduating with a bachelor’s degree in corporate finance and investment management from the University of Alabama, he joined Massey Services as a manager trainee in 1989. Successfully completing the program, he has held various leadership positions within the company. In 2004, he was promoted to executive vice president and chief operations officer and then took the reigns as president in 2006.

Outside of the pest management industry, Massey shares his time with various civic organizations including the Orlando Museum of Art, Autism Speaks, Florida Citrus Sports, New Hope for Kids and others. He is a graduate of Leadership Orlando and completed the OPM Key Executives Program at Harvard’s Graduate School of Business Administration.

“We are delighted to have Tony join our board,” said Missy Henriksen, executive director of PPMA. “Our initiatives to advance the industry are guided by forward thinking leaders and Tony will be a welcome addition to this group. We look forward to working with him to further PPMA’s mission to grow our industry and educate the public about pest management issues.”

The board of directors of PPMA is comprised of representatives from member pest management and chemical manufacturing companies. Board members are appointed by the Executive Committee of PPMA, and meet two times a year to vote on policies, initiatives and budget matters on behalf of all investors of PPMA.

“It is my pleasure to accept the nomination to serve on PPMA’s board. Our company has been an ardent supporter of PPMA since its inception because the organization provides a much needed voice for the industry and serves as a tremendous resource for all professional pest management companies,” said Massey. “I look forward to being part of shaping the future of PPMA and our industry as a board member.”

For more information about PPMA, visit www.PPMATools.org or www.npmapestworld.org/PPMA.

 

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