Home » People For The Week: 02/17/2003 People For The Week: 02/17/2003 February 11, 2003 Cherie Preville Reprints No Comments Reilly Kevin G. Reilly has been named chairman and CEO of John W. Danforth Co. (Tonawanda, N.Y.).Sunshine Lindab Inc. (Stamford, Conn.) has promoted Lawrence T. Sunshine to vice president of marketing.DeYoung Glen Edgar has been named to the position of director - research and development of Selkirk L.L.C. (Dallas). Steril-Aire Inc. (Cerritos, Calif.) has promoted Douglas A. Smith to the post of Southeastern regional manager. Jeff DeYoung has been named industrial sales manager for Moisture Control Services (Amesbury, Mass.), a division of Munters Corp. Air Purchases Inc. (Burlington, Mass.) has appointed Diane K. MacPherson as marketing manager. Publication date: 02/17/2003 Did you enjoy this article? Click here to subscribe to The NEWS Magazine Recent Articles by Cherie Preville Today’s HVAC Instruction Bucks Tradition Deciphering the Value of Qualified Salesmen ESCOs Offer Energy Efficiency Without Inflated Upfront Costs Proper Energy Management Facilitates High-Performance Results TAB Analysis Critical for Building Efficiency Cherie Preville is Education and Products Editor. She can be contacted at 248-244-6496 or email@example.com. Related Articles People For The Week: 02/24/2003 People For The Week: 02/03/2003 People For The Week: 06/02/2003 People For The Week: 02/10/2003 Related Products PEAK Performance For The Technical Professional - Book on CD HVAC Equations, Data, and Rules of Thumb, Third Edition Sheet Metal 2nd Ed BTU Buddy Notebook Related Events Whole Building Control: From Concept to Reality BPI Building Science Principles Certificate course 41st WORLD ENERGY ENGINEERING CONGRESS 2018 NATE Testing Session Related Directories KMC Controls Inc. AAF Flanders Carbon Monoxide Safety Assoc.-COSA MovinCool/DENSO Products and Services Americas Inc. You must login or register in order to post a comment. Report Abusive Comment Thank you for helping us to improve our forums. Is this comment offensive? Please tell us why.