Our Company

Glenn Hopper – Owner / President

Glenn HopperIn 1968, Glenn became co-owner with his twin brother Lynn Hopper in Mountain Home and his brother Merlin Hopper of Heber Springs. He then moved to Heber Springs in 1990 with his family to become owner of Hopper Termite of Heber Springs.

Glenn is a member, past president and active board member of the Arkansas Pest Management Association. He is also a member of the National Pest Management Association and licensed by the Arkansas State Plant Board in termite and pest control.

Glenn is a member of the First Baptist Church of Heber Springs. His family includes his wife Billie Hopper, one son Danny Hopper, and a daughter Glenda Derrickson. Glenn enjoys helping in the Heber Springs community and other leisure activities such as hunting, fishing, and playing music with his friends.


Danny Hopper

Danny Hopper

Danny Grew up working for his father at Hopper Termite Control, Inc. in Mountain Home, AR. In 1990, He moved to Heber Springs, AR.

Danny is licensed in Termite Control by the Arkansas State Plant Board, a long standing member with the Arkansas Pest Management Association, and an active member with the National Pest Management Association.

Danny and His Wife Rosemary attend the First Baptist Church of Heber Springs. They enjoy spending time with their kids Danielle Hopper-Bird and Shawn Thompson and grandkids, Amithest and Samuel Thompson. Danny is an avid hunter and enjoys fishing, camping and NASCAR.




Roger Harlan

Danny HopperRoger has been employed at Hopper Termite & Pest Management since 1978. Roger has a license in both termite and pest control issued by the Arkansas State Plant Board.

Roger’s family includes his wife Linda, son Jeff Harlan, son Brian Harlan and daughter Angie Reeves. Roger and his family have been long time residents of the Cleburne county area.

Roger is also an ordained Baptist minister. He enjoys raising horses, horseback riding and many other community activities.




Glenda Hopper-Derrickson (1957 – 2003)

Danny Hopper Glenda worked with her father, Glenn Hopper, from 1974 to 1991 in the Mountain Home office. When she moved to the Heber Springs area, Glenda was the office manager.

Glenda was a member of the Arkansas Pest Management Association and the National Women in Pest Control Management. She held a pest control license issued by the Arkansas State Plant Board.

Glenda’s survivors included her husband, Mark Derrickson, daughter, Kristie Newcom, and sons, Cliff Derrickson and Kyle Derrickson.