Work Seekers: 02/04/2002

January 31, 2002
Willing to travel anywhere in the U.S. to work on hvac or industrial refrigeration projects. Service tech specializing in commercial refrigeration and installation. Have worked on ammonia systems; trained in heat load calculations and duct design. Have recently obtained all required licenses in Houston. Ernest Nurse, 17707 Theisswood Ct., Spring, TX 77379; 281-251-3289; 281-257-2397 (fax); (e-mail).

Current prison inmate looking for fresh start in entry-level light commercial/residential service. I have been serving my sentence in a minimum security prison where I have recently completed hvac coursework. I have used my incarceration time wisely, participating in every program available to help me become a better, more productive person, including completion of an electronics trade school program. A hvacr company would gain a lot by hiring a quality worker. There are also tax credits and bonding opportunities that are available to an employer who is willing to give me a fair chance. I am due to be released in March 2002 and will reside in the Austin, TX area. Willie Walker, 739791, 1604 S. First St., Diboll, TX 75941; 512-928-3354.

Watch this space for new listings from hvacr students and others seeking employment. Ads can be submitted to John Hall by fax at 734-542-6215; by e-mail at; or online at The News home page.

Publication date: 02/04/2002