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People: August 2019

ABMA Promotes Jamall to VP Member Experiences

The American Boiler Manufacturers Association promoted Cheryl Jamall to the role of vice president of member experiences. She brings a high level of energy to ABMA each day and is passionate about ensuring every attendee has a fulfilling experience at the group’s meetings.

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Jamall

This past year, Jamall oversaw two successful ABMA membership meetings that exceeded expectations, along with the 2018 Manufacturers Conference that resulted in a 40-percent attendance increase and broke numerous revenue records. In addition, she has taken a more active role in implementing the association’s strategic initiatives.

ASHRAE Elevates Boyce to be New President

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Boyce

At its annual conference in Kansas City in June, the Atlanta-based American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) named Darryl K. Boyce, P.E., as its 2019-20 President. An ASHRAE Fellow and Life Member, Boyce has previously served on the board of directors as treasurer, vice president and director-at-large. He is the recipient of ASHRAE’s Distinguished Service Award, Exceptional Service Award, and Regional Award of Merit. 

O’Neill Joins Taco Comfort Solutions as Regional Manager

Taco Comfort Solutions welcomes Jason O’Neill as the company’s new regional manager for wholesale products in the Western United States.

O’Neill has more than 20 years of experience in a variety of sales management positions with Uponor, Bosch, McCoy Sales and International Environmental Corp. His broad experience, knowledge of the region and familiarity with Taco’s product line will help position the western territory nicely for growth in the years to come. O’Neill will be reporting to John Morgan, vice president for the West. 

Along with his two children, O’Neill lives in Castle Rock, CO, where they enjoy skiing, hiking and camping in the mountains. 

Henderson Joins Harris Products as Wholesale National Sales Manager

Mason, OH-based Harris Products Group announced that Brian Henderson has joined its leadership team as national sales manager-wholesale. In this position, Henderson will be instrumental in executing Harris’ expansion in the North American HVAC/plumbing wholesale market, and in developing the Harris team to support these growing operations.

Henderson most recently served as director of managed inventory solutions for Winsupply, where he was responsible for the launch of a cloud-based inventory solution across 600 U.S. locations. He earlier held the positions of vice president of key accounts and business development for Apex Supply Chain Technologies, and vice president of sales with Vallen.

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Henderson

A graduate of Wittenberg University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and economics, Henderson also holds an MBA from Xavier University. He will be based in Mason, OH.

Superior Boiler Promotes Lane to VP of Operations

Superior Boiler, Hutchinson KS, named Danny Lane to vice president of operations. In this role, Lane will lead and oversee all company operations and facilities maintenance and management.

Lane has been with Superior Boiler for more than 30 years. During this time, he has worked in several roles with increasing responsibility along the way. 

“Danny is a tremendous asset to our organization and brings a wealth of experience to the table,” said President and CEO Doug Wright. “He’s a valuable contributor to our philosophy of continuous improvement. He leads by example and finds ways to create efficiencies needed in today’s manufacturing environment.”

“My promotion to vice president is an exciting opportunity to continue building on the strong foundation already in place at Superior Boiler,” Lane said. “With the team we have in place, we have the capability and, most importantly, dedication to meet and exceed our customers’ expectations.”    

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