NCPMA honors 2018 Techs of the Year

By |  December 27, 2018
Kevin Kimrey, left, and Ernie Riddle. PHOTOS: NCPMA

Kevin Kimrey, left, and Ernie Riddle. PHOTOS: NCPMA

The North Carolina Pest Management Association (NCPMA) honors Kevin Kimrey with the 2018 Pest Management Technician of the Year Award, and Ernie Riddle with the 2018 Wood-destroying Insect (WDI) Technician of the Year Award. Kimrey works at Terminix Triad in Greensboro, and Riddle works at Pisgah Pest Control in Brevard.

“We are proud to honor the work of excellent pest management technicians such as Kevin Kimrey and Ernie Riddle,” says Bruce Roberts, president of NCPMA. “Through dedication to their craft, outstanding work ethics and unparalleled commitments to customer service, they are model pest management technicians whose work deserves this recognition.”

Kimrey and Riddle each receive a $250 gift card, a plaque and one free Pest Control Technician’s school registration. Both recipients will receive their awards at the 2019 Pest Control Technician’s School in Durham in January.

Technicians of the Year are chosen based on the applicant’s demonstration of leadership among peers, excellent customer relations, knowledge of his/her job, superior job performance and the ability to successfully handle problems on the job. All applicants must be members of NCPMA, have at least two years of experience in either the pest management or wood-destroying insects phase, and must be nominated by a person in a leadership role in his or her company.

Founded in 1952, the NCPMA promotes the continued cooperation and success of all pest management businesses in North Carolina.

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