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