Adam Mueller, of Summit City Pest Control, and Autumn Foster Powers, of Burt’s Termite & Pest Control, were recently appointed to the education committee of the Indiana Pest Management Association (IPMA).
Mueller and Foster Powers will help plan and facilitate training workshops throughout the state in their roles on the committee.
Mueller is president of Summit City Pest Control, based in Fort Wayne, Ind. The company offers general pest control as well as rodent, termite and bed bug control.
“I am thankful for the opportunity to be part of a committee led by a great organization,” Mueller told Pest Management Professional magazine. “I’m looking forward to the future with the Indiana Pest Management Association.”
Foster Powers is a second-generation pest management professional (PMP), the daughter of PMP Editorial Advisory Board member Doug Foster. She has been active in the pest control industry at Burt’s Termite & Pest Control for over 15 years.
With over 40 years of experience, Burt’s Termite & Pest Control offers pest control services for bed bugs, termites, spiders, cockroaches, ants and other pests for commercial, governmental and industrial facilities.
“I appreciate the opportunity to work on the Education Committee and help in any way I can. We are putting together some great training workshops with top-flight speakers, and I look forward to being a part of it,” Foster Powers told PMP magazine.
About the Indiana Pest Management Association
The Indiana Pest Management Association has over 200 members. The non-for-profit organization provides training and education of the pest control industry throughout the Hoosier state.
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