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Dan Holohan

Dan Holohan

Joined on March 4, 2009

Last Post on August 28, 2014

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A beautiful place

@ July 26, 2002 2:55 PM in New Paltz steam - Dan H.

Hard to believe we can't find a steam guy in the area, eh?

It's a bit far

@ July 26, 2002 7:09 AM in New Paltz steam - Dan H.

for the Dog to do from Long Island (although I know he'd shine with it). I'm surprised that we can't find a closer pro. Opportunity knocks.

Bill

@ July 26, 2002 6:54 AM in The Wall & Photos

you have to open the thread to see the photos. The software can't note them on the first page. Sorry.

Sure

@ July 25, 2002 11:42 PM in The Wall & Photos

Just scroll down. The thread are wide open.

Duncan

@ July 25, 2002 2:22 PM in Concrete, the most consumed product hot rod

PLEASE don't stop rambling. Great story. Thanks.

I have a homeowner

@ July 25, 2002 10:19 AM in New Paltz steam - Dan H.

looking for help with a steam system in New Paltz, NY. Who's interested?

Ralph follows

@ July 24, 2002 3:39 PM in Ralph Suppa named CIPH President - Dan H.

Ed Hardison who has retired. Put up your feet and relax, Ed. You did a great job! Thanks.

(And it couldn't happen to a nicer guy!)

@ July 24, 2002 3:33 PM in Ralph Suppa named CIPH President - Dan H.

Toronto, July 15, 2002. Ralph Suppa was recently appointed President of the Canadian Institute of Plumbing & Heating (CIPH) by the Board of Directors. Incoming CIPH Chairman of the Board Case de Jong (Kindred Industries) made the announcement at the association's 70th Annual General Meeting on June 24, 2002. Suppa succeeds Ed Hardison who has retired as President after 16 years. Ralph Suppa has played a key role in the development of CIPH programs since joining the association in 1988. He has worked closely with industry members, associations and government over the past several years, to develop the CSA B214.01: the important Installation Code for Hydronic Heating Systems which will become part of the Canadian Building Code in 2003. During his career with CIPH, Suppa has also managed the Canadian Hydronics Council, the Plumbing Industry Advisory Council, the Canadian Advisory Council on Plumbing, the Education & Training Council, the Manufacturers Division, the Membership Committee, the Annual Business Conference, the Canadian Association of Pump Manufacturers, the Canadian Water Quality Association and CIPH Ontario Region. Among his recent accomplishments, Suppa, along with representatives from the Mechanical Contractors Association of Canada (MCAC) and the Mechanical Contractors Association of Alberta (MCAA), was successful in securing the bid for the 2008 World Plumbing Conference in Canada during WPC 2002 in Berlin. A dedicated association executive, Suppa holds the Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation from the Canadian Society of Association Executives (CSAE) and is a graduate of York University in Toronto. He is also a Past President of the Trillium Chapter of CSAE. CIPH is the Canadian association of manufacturers, wholesaler distributors, master distributors, manufacturers agents and allied companies who manufacture and distribute plumbing, hydronic heating, industrial, waterworks and other mechanical products. CIPH wholesalers operate more than 600 warehouses and showrooms across Canada. CIPH members directly employ more than 10,000 Canadians and total industry sales exceed $3 billion annually. More information is available on the association's web site: www.ciph.com

We're heading down to Ocean City, MD

@ July 19, 2002 9:55 PM in Out of town - Dan H.

in the morning. I've got a couple of sessions to do on Monday and Tuesday mornings for the Pennsylvania Petroleum Association. The rest of the time will be for the family. Sherriff Murph', will be protecting all you whilst we're away. Giddy up!

glad to see

@ July 19, 2002 5:46 PM in Quality Plumbing Work

it working for you, Murph'. Now all we have to do if figure out the pop-ups!

Westchester County

@ July 19, 2002 5:22 PM in Looking for Old Cast Iron Radiators

is just several trillion dollars north of the Bronx.

Look in

@ July 19, 2002 11:15 AM in Looking for Old Cast Iron Radiators

Hot Tech Topics under Searching for Old Radiators? It pays to wander off the Wall.

Congratulations

@ July 19, 2002 9:16 AM in A very proud day for the McElwain's

What an accomplishment!

Judy's

@ July 19, 2002 5:58 AM in A GREAT electrical seminar - Dan H.

getting a bunch of calls on Carol's seminars. Good move. You won't be sorry.

Al Levi

@ July 18, 2002 3:06 PM in The chatty customer (starch)

taught me a trick years ago. Before he goes into an appointment he sets the alarm on his watch. If the customer is chatty and he wants to leave when the watch goes off, he'll shut off the alarm and the customer will say, "Do you have to be somewhere?" Al will then explain that he has an appointment, and that gets him back on the road. If he's in the middle of an important conversation with the customer, however, he'll shut off the alarm when it goes off, and when the customer asks if he has an appointment, Al will say, "It can wait. This is much more important." Works like a charm.

Yes

@ July 18, 2002 6:45 AM in Am i missing something,that i can not go back a few days on the

that explains it. If you delete the cookie that holds things in place then you have to start all over again. Thanks for helping me figure this one out!

that last sentence

@ July 17, 2002 9:21 PM in Skipping...(ME)

is precious! Thanks, Murph'.

Potential

@ July 17, 2002 9:14 PM in advertising

Chuck Shaw told me that he closed $100,000.00 in sales off his Find a Contractor ad last year. Worth mentioning.

that's a new one on me

@ July 17, 2002 6:20 PM in Radiator foot warmer

and I like it. Thanks for sharing!

How about

@ July 17, 2002 6:18 PM in advertising

Find a Contractor?

I'm wondering

@ July 17, 2002 3:20 PM in Am i missing something,that i can not go back a few days on the

if you deleted the cookie that holds the bookmarks in place. Do any clean-ups on your hard drive lately?

Carol Fey

@ July 17, 2002 11:39 AM in A GREAT electrical seminar - Dan H.

is the woman who writes the books on electricity and hydronic controls and troubleshooting that we sell in Books & More. She has a passion for her subject and she's an award-winning teacher. I've worked with her in the past and I'll be working with her again this September at the GasNetworks Heating Professional Fall Conference in Massachusetts. She has a way of bringing her subject to life with terrific props and plain-English explanations. Carol is flying in from Colorado next month to do three seminars. The title is Review of Electricity and Electrical Troubleshooting. If you've got young people in need of solid training, or if you just want to get better at what you do, I HIGHLY recommend this course. Here are the dates and locations: August 13 - Fort Washington (near Philly), PA August 14 - Union, NJ August 15 - Plainview, Long Island NAOSHM is sponsoring all three and your investment (including breakfast and lunch) is just $95 ($75 if you're a NAOHSM member). The course will also earn you NORA CEUs. To register, call Judy Garber, Goddess of Oil Heat, at 1-888-552-0900. Do it soon!