A-Action Pest Control Announces Winner of $1,000 College Scholarship Program

  • Douglas Duty, Cheri Ring, Carissa Pittman, and Adam Ring in front of A-Action's office. Cheri Ring

    Douglas Duty, Cheri Ring, Carissa Pittman, and Adam Ring in front of A-Action's office. Cheri Ring

 
Cheri Ring
Updated 8/23/2019 11:17 AM

Antioch, IL-- A-Action Pest Control, a local, family-owned pest control company based out of Antioch, is excited to announce the first annual winner of their Jacqueline M. Duty scholarship.

"We are pleased to announce Carissa Pittman as the winner of our $1,000 scholarship in memory of my mother, Jacqueline," said Cheri Ring, owner of A-Action Pest Control. "This scholarship was established in her memory to honor her and A-Action's commitment to the communities we serve. We think Carissa exemplifies the values my mother stood for."

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Carissa is a graduate from Wilmot High School and will be studying Business Administration at Trinity International in Deerfield, Illinois. She will be the women's basketball manager while there and dreams of opening her own dance studio one day.

About A-Action Pest Control

A-Action Pest Control was built on a foundation of integrity with the support of family. In 1988, Douglas M. Duty started the business with his wife, Jaqueline, as his biggest supporter. 19 years later their daughter, Cheri, took over as owner. For almost 30 years, A-Action has been a one-stop-shop for homeowners in Illinois and Wisconsin, providing pest control, wildlife removal, rodent control, and more. At A-Action, we believe in giving every job the attention it deserves. For more information, visit www.a-actionpestcontrol.com

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