|1950s||Main complaints about industry – low ball pricing and fly-by-night operations|
|1958||Annual meeting with Kansas & Missouri. Robert Schendel, Bill J. Hawks, Ward Combs and Fred New presided. Bob Russell was keynote speaker on termite control.|
|1960||Official affiliation with NPCA|
|1968||Workshops for realtors & pest control companies held in Manhattan|
|1970s||Gov. Robert F. Bennett signed proclamation making the month of June Pest Control Month.
Discussions about banning Chlordane, Deldrin, Heptachlor and Aldrin
|1975||KPCA hired lobbyist Les Arvin|
|1979||KPCA adopted “Good Practice Procedure in making Termite Inspections and Reports”|
|1984||Vernon McKinzie, KPCA member, elected NPCA President|
|1986||Verifiable training became a reality|
|1987||KPCA formed relationship with Kansas Association of Realtors|
|1990s||Kansas Legislative Day began.|
|1994||Regulations unified under the State of Kansas’ regulations preempting local regulations on pesticide use|
|1993||Name changed from Kansas Termite and Pest Control Association to Kansas Pest Control Association, Inc.
Members traveled to USDA Forestry Service in Gulfport, MS to see termiticide testing.
|1994||First woman elected President of KPCA – O. Carolyn Nelson of Schendel Pest Control, Great Bend.|
|1998||KPCA retained a booth at the Kansas State Fair|