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Upper Perkiomen BPW Name Molina Woman of the Year

            On Monday night the Upper Perkiomen Business and Professional Women

awarded member Deb Molina the club's 2017/2018 Woman of the Year Award during their monthly meeting at the Wetlands in Marlborough Township. The award was given for her exceptional leadership, integrity and distinguished achievements for the betterment of her community and Upper Perkiomen Business and Professional Women.

            Deb has been an integral part of Upper Perkiomen Business and Professional Women's (BPW) Organization since 2012. Since becoming a member Deb has chaired the Women's Expo Committee for three years. During this time she made it her mission to ensure the Expo was focused on empowering women. Working alongside the women on her committee she succeeded in increasing the participation, delegating responsibilities, handling any issues that arose and was always there for guidance and assistance.

            She has successfully turned the event into the club's largest fundraiser which has raised over $10,000 annually which is donated to many local non-profits as well the annual scholarships given to deserving female high school students and women advancing their education.

            Additionally, she has co-chaired the Membership Committee to increase membership and made certain new members felt welcome and included.  She also chaired the Community Days Committee in 2016 contributing to the success of event by promoting awareness of Upper Perk BPW.   The amount of volunteer time she dedicates to BPW is self-less and her unwavering.

            Deb has lived in the Upper Perkiomen Valley for the past 15 years. During her time here she was a successful female business owner of All Around Pest control for over 20 years, proving her entrepreneurial skills in a male-dominated industry.  She recently sold her business to Moyer Indoor Outdoor and currently holds a position as an Account Manager.

            She is a member of Pennsylvania's Pest Control Association, an active member of the Upper Perkiomen Chamber of Commerce. During her pest control experience she contributed to forming guidelines for food manufacturing. While starting her pest control business she was a foster mother and had 76 delinquent teenage boys pass through her home over a course of five years. Many of which she still maintains relationships with.

            She has been married for 25 years to her husband Dave.  She is a dedicated, loving and caring daughter and currently cares for her father.  She also was the loving mother to her many pets and her husband states "they lived such long lives because of the love and spoiling she gave them.  Her hobbies include gardening, naps and binge watching the TV channel, Discovery ID. 





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