Company News and Recognition
April 17, 2006

Dr. Eric Smith Receives Crown Technical Service Award

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Dr. Eric Smith, was recently named winner of a prestigious industry award -- the Crown Technical Service Award.
(Lynchburg, VA) Dodson Pest Control's Director of Technical Services, Dr. Eric Smith, PhD, was recently named winner of the pest control industry's first ever Crown Technical Service Award.

 

The award, sponsored by PCT (Pest Control Technology) magazine and Syngenta Products, was presented to Smith in honor of his years of dedication and service to the pest control industry.

During the past 25 years, Dr. Smith has become a leading educator and trainer in pest management.



 
October 26, 2005

Eric Smith Named President of International Pest Management Fraternity

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Dr. Eric Smith (left) is installed as president of International Pest Management Fraternity, Pi Chi Omega, by outgoing president Ed Van Instendal (right).
(Lynchburg, VA) -Entomologist Eric Smith, PhD, has been elected president of the pest management fraternity of Pi Chi Omega.

 

Dr. Smith was installed as president during the national convention of the National Pest Management Association in October in Nashville, TN. He will serve a 2-year term.

Smith is the Director of Technical Services with Dodson Pest Control and has worked in the pest management industry for over 25 years.

Established in 1944, Dodson Pest Control has its corporate headquarters in Lynchburg, VA with 32 offices throughout Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.

Pi Chi Omega is a 55-year old international fraternity of over 500 pest management professionals from around the world. The fraternity was established to further the science of pest management, to promote the career of entomology and raise standards for professionalism in the industry.

 



 
October 26, 2004

Shriners Hospitals and Dodson Bros.

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Lynchburg Chapter Shriners Glenn Harvey (center) and Bill Hoffman (left) presented Bert Dodson, Jr. a plaque honoring Dodson Bros longtime commitment to the Shriners Hospitals for Children.
(Lynchburg, VA) Dodson Bros. was recently honored for its contributions to the Shriners Hospitals for Children. Lynchburg Chapter Shriners Glenn Harvey and Bill Hoffman presented Bert Dodson, Jr. a plaque honoring Dodson Bros longtime commitment to the non-profit group.

The first Shriners Hospital opened in 1922 in Shreveport, Louisiana to help children build better lives. There are now 22 Shriner Hospitals offering medical care to children with orthopedic problems, severe burns and spinal cord injuries until they are 18 years old. What sets these hospitals apart is that there is never a charge to the patient, family or third party for any care or services provided.

 

Bert Dodson, Sr. served as a former President of the Lynchburg Shrine Club and was very devoted to Shriner causes on behalf of children for many years.


 
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