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Master-Bilt (St. Louis) named Steve Gill vice president of sales.
Danfoss (Baltimore) named Arctic Chiller Group (Brampton, Ontario) the winner of its 10th annual EnVisioneer of the Year award competition.
Lou G. Vorsteveld
Laars Heating Systems (Rochester, New Hampshire), a subsidiary of Bradford White Corporation (Ambler, Pennsylvania), named Lou G. Vorsteveld, Ph.D. its director of engineering.
Xylem Bell & Gossett (Morton Grove, Illinois) celebrated the official reopening of its Little Red Schoolhouse, a training center for professionals in the hydronic heating and cooling and plumbing industries.
Standex International Corporation (Salem, New Hampshire) announced that Chief Financial Officer Thomas DeByle will be leaving the company to pursue a new opportunity.
RGF (Riviera Beach, Florida) named Kelly Kendrick its new marketing director.
CoolSys (Brea, California) appointed Ed Dunlap chief financial officer.
Adsil Inc. (Daytona Beach, Florida) named Chester Roush general manager.
Hercules Industries (Denver) announced that as of October 1, it is an employee-owned company.
Trane (Davidson, North Carolina) was recognized by OMNIA Partners (Franklin, Tennessee) with its annual Horizon Award.
NewAge Industries (Southampton, Pennsylvania) announced that it is now fully owned by its employees through its ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plan).
HBBPro Sales Group Inc. (Valley View, Ohio) has become The Harris Products Group’s (Mason, Ohio) official manufacturer’s representative for HVAC-related items in Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia.
Indian River Consulting Group (Melbourne, Florida) named McKinnon Shisko a senior associate, continuing to grow its team to meet the distribution market’s needs.
ServiceTitan (Glendale, California) was named to the Forbes and Bessemer Venture Partners list of the top 100 cloud computing companies in 2019.
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