Adam’s Pest Control donates shed to local cemetery


December 8, 2021


Andrea Leyse Doop, co-owner of Adam’s Pest Control, and her husband Rodney Doop stand by the shed donated to the city’s cemetary. PHOTO: ADAM’S PEST CONTROL

Medina, Minn.-based Adam’s Pest Control donated a new shed to the city of Granite Falls Cemetery in Minnesota.

According to the Advocate Tribune, Andrea Leyse Doop and Todd Leyse, co-owners of Adam’s Pest Control, visited the cemetery in May 2021 to place flower pots on several family members’ grave sites.

As they drove out of the cemetery, Andrea noticed that the previous shed as in disrepair and was in need of replacement.

After visiting with her brother and business partner, Todd, they both agreed it would be a great contribution to the city’s cemetery and community where the majority of their family rests.

About Adam’s Pest Control

Founded in 1971, Adam’s Pest Control is committed to better trained technicians using the latest, industry-proven techniques to give faster and better solutions to customer’s pest problems. The company is invested in training for its technicians, more state-of-the-art technology and equipment for technicians to use and more innovative techniques to solve pest problems and to prevent them from happening again.

Adam’s Pest Control has locations throughout Minnesota, including Minneapolis, St. Paul, Rochester, Nisswa and more, as well as service in Western Wisconsin.


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Ellen Wagner is a former digital editor for PMP magazine.

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