Home » People For The Week: 11/24/2003 People For The Week: 11/24/2003 November 18, 2003 Cherie Preville Reprints No Comments Wilson Stephen Wilson has been named corporate controller of Glasfloss Industries (Dallas).Guthrie Carlisle Coatings and Waterproofing (CCW, Wylie, Texas) has promoted John Guthrie to the newly created position of product manager for Hardcast Hardware and Adhesives. Ted Brown has been appointed national training specialist for Unico Inc. (St. Louis). Air Purchases Inc. (Burlington, Mass.), a wholesale distributor of Trane equipment, has appointed Rob Weiner as warehouse manager. Publication date: 11/24/2003 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Related Articles People For The Week: 02/24/2003 People For The Week: 03/24/2003 People For The Week: 11/10/2003 People For The Week: 11/03/2003 Related Products PEAK Performance For The Technical Professional - Book on CD Preparing for the EPA Refrigerant Recovery Certification Exam DVD Math for the Technician THE NEWS hat Related Events HTHV – An Energy Efficient Heating & Ventilation Technology that uses 100% Outside Air MechanicalXchange The Best Practices for Developing a Successful IoT HVAC System How to Make More Money from Past Customers Related Directories International Training Institute for the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Industry (ITI) National Association for the Exchange of Industrial Resources Chemours Company, The Carbon Monoxide Safety Assoc.-COSA 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.