Capital Pest Owner, Steve Taylor, Inducted Into the NCPMA Hall of Fame
Capital Pest is proud to announce that our owner, Steve Taylor, has been inducted into the North Carolina Pest Management Association Hall of Fame.
The North Carolina Pest Management Association (NCPMA) is a nonprofit comprised of professionals from across the state of North Carolina who are dedicated to representing the industry and providing the general public with current pest management information.
Steve Taylor has been involved in the pest control industry for more than 40 years, and has been running,Capital Pest since 1981. Taylor’s list of accomplishments since joining the NCPMA cannot be understated. Among his accolades, the Association is grateful for Taylor’s contributions with helping establish an annual Legislative Day in Washington, DC to keep politicians informed on any positive or negative effects of potential bills on the pest control industry. Taylor also served as president for the PCT School in 1993 and helped chair the first NCPCA PCT School.
Steve Taylor – Serving the Pest Control Community Now & into the Future
The NCPMA uses to designation to recognize members“who have made significant contributions to [the] Association and industry through their leadership and example.” As a man who has been described as, “rescuing of the association until things could get figured out” and “an association life saver for a period of time,” it is easy to see how Steve Taylor fits this description.
With this recent induction to the Hall of Fame, Taylor has no intention of letting up on his commitment to the NCPMA and is looking forward to serving the Association and all of his clients at Capital Pest for years to come.