LPMA honors Simpson

By |  March 22, 2018

Laura SimpsonLaura Simpson, president of Baton Rouge, La.-based Dugas Pest Control, was presented with the Paul Adams Award of Excellence at the annual banquet of the Louisiana Pest Management Association. This award, which has only been given to 13 people since its creation in 1983, is the highest honor the association can bestow upon a member.

“Laura has done so much for our industry, both in Louisiana and nationally through the National Pest Management Association,” says Jeff Porter, LPMA executive director. “She has served the local, state and national organizations with skill and leadership for many years and is a well-deserving honoree.”

Simpson has been the president and primary license holder of Dugas Pest Control since 1996, succeeding her father, Doug MacPherson, who purchased the company in 1973. She has been active in the pest control industry for over 35 years, serving as president of both the Louisiana Pest Management Association and the National Pest Management Association.

Dugas Pest Control, a Quality Pro Certified and family-owned company, has been serving South Louisiana for more than 50 years.

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