NYPMA elects 2017-18 officers

By |  May 25, 2017

The elected officers are sworn in during the Bug Ball.

Joel Nolasco, ACE became the president of the New York Pest Management Association (NYPMA) during the “Bug Ball,” its May 12 installation dinner dance event. Nolasco is co-owner of NuBorn Pest Control in Mamaroneck, N.Y. Prior to becoming president, Nolasco served as vice president, secretary and regional director of this association. He is also a member of the NPMA P3 Steering Committee.

Other officers elected were Josh Bloom of Standard Pest Management as first vice president; Joel Fain of Dial-A-Bug as second vice president; Bill Clark of Thomas Pest Services as secretary; and Sam Soto of First Rate Solutions as treasurer. Bill Minahan of JC Ehrlich is the immediate past president.

The NYPMA encompasses the entire state of New York and has 12 regional directors who sit on the board. Michael Deutsch, BCE of Arrow Exterminating Co., James Skinner of A&C Pest Management and Victor Bonavita of Battle a Bug represent the Long Island region. Michael Broder of BHP Pest Elimination, Robert Moloney of Tri-State Exterminators and Joseph Sheehan represent the five boroughs of New York City. Jim Horton of Quality Pro Pest and Wildlife Services along with Manny Guzman of Pestrol are in the Westchester/Rockland area. In the Albany area, Chris Regan of Regan Pest Services and David Parkhurst of Orkin serve as directors. In the western part of the state, Dale Larnder of Exodus Exterminating and Dean Ballowe of Suburban Pest Control round out the board of directors. Allied directors are Rick Allen of Target and John Hichak Jr. of Univar.

Len Douglen serves as executive director, with Harriet Schary as associate director and Ken Healy as membership coordinator.

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