Bobby Corrigan, a New Yorker born and bred, is well-known throughout the world as an educator, innovator and consultant on vertebrate pests. That transition is not always the easiest to make, but Corrigan says he successfully made the transition only because he learned at the feet of one of the industry’s master educators.
Truly Nolan, Orkin and Terminix — these are some big players in the pest management industry. Many PMPs will start off at these companies training and learning the craft, and then move on to their own endeavors. But not Norman Goldenberg; the senior vice president of government affairs and industry relations for Terminix has used his vast experience for the betterment of each of these companies.
Mark Lacey’s career intertwined with so many in this industry — perhaps you knew him as a sales rep for Paragon or Liphatech, sat in on one of his seminars for the National Pest Management Association, read one of his many technical articles (or books), or retained him as a consultant. He’s someone whose technical knowledge and detailed photographs of the world around him still benefit professionals today.
As chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Massey Services, a $75 million Maitland, Fla.-based company with 800 employees and a fleet of 700 service vehicles, Harvey Massey has worked with a many people throughout his career — and, he’s treated every one of them with dignity and respect.