Justin McCauley named NPMA president

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September 21, 2022

Justin McCauley

Justin McCauley

Justin McCauley, of McCauley Services, has been inducted as the president of the National Pest Management Association (NPMA).

He succeeds Scott Steckel, director of strategic development at Plunkett’s Pest Control, Fridley, Minn., who becomes NPMA’s immediate past president” up in the lede

McCauley Services is a family-owned and operated pest management company headquartered in Benton, Ark.

“I’m excited to work with the NPMA to help ensure that every pest management professional across our industry has access to the resources, training and experience they need to consistently elevate the quality of their work on behalf of clients,” said McCauley. “This is an incredible opportunity to share the strong family values and high-quality standards we hold ourselves up to at McCauley Services with my colleagues across the country.”

McCauley’s father, Mike, founded the company as The Bug Man in 1983. Today, McCauley and his brother Zac work alongside their father to continue the family tradition of serving the pest control needs of the communities it serves.

The company has built a pest control team equipped with high-quality products, advanced equipment and extensive training necessary to address the most persistent pest problems. That includes training 60 to 90 days of training for every McCauley Services professional as well as completion of an urban entomology course through Purdue University.

McCauley Services has earned the prestigious QualityPro Certification, which less than 3 percent of U.S. pest control companies receive. The certification is awarded to those who go above and beyond to adhere to the highest standards in professionalism and results. In addition to Central Arkansas, McCauley Services has grown to serve both residential and commercial clients from Tulsa, Okla., to Memphis, Tenn., and Fort Smith, Ark., to Shreveport, La.

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Ellen Wagner

Ellen Wagner is the digital editor for PMP magazine. She can be reached at ewagner@northcoastmedia.net.

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