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Southern Pipe & Supply Assists in Aftermath of Hurricane Flooding

Southern Pipe Director of Human Resources Ron Black advised that their Denham Springs, La., branch was the only one of their branch locations flooded with 6 ft. of water coming into the building. The Denham Springs, Louisiana branch of Southern Pipe &Supply was greatly affected by flooding. The Denham Springs location was be back open soon, Black said, after being closed for about a month. All product on the floor was either damaged beyond… Read More

Rest in Peace: John W. Hudson, Jr. May 15, 1945 – September 29, 2017

We at the Georgia HVAC Insider are deeply saddened to learn of the recent death of one of our industry colleagues and friends. John W. Hudson, Jr. John W. Hudson, Jr., loving husband, father, brother and grand-father, of Cumming, Georgia, passed away at his home on September 29, 2017. He was born in Louisville, KY, on May 15, 1945, and joins his father, John W. Hudson, and mother, Katherine Hudson Rudy, in heaven. He proudly… Read More

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, For several years I have fought a battle within the city and in the county over unlicensed contractors. There are laws that have been put into place for every aspect of life. Whether we are driving down the highway or by simply obeying a stop light. These are things we accept and we follow because we know there are consequences if we don’t. I have pleaded and reached out to my local city… Read More

Trane Plant Vidalia Recognizes Latest Leadership Program Graduates

Leaders from Trane®, a leading global provider of indoor comfort solutions and services and a brand of Ingersoll Rand, recently recognized seven Vidalia employees for completing a rigorous professional development program called the Team Leader Development Program (TLDP). The plant manufactures residential air handlers. Shown here are (front row, from left) Trina Phillips, team leader; Missy Lowther, team leader; Denise Jones, team leader; Phillip Parker, team leader; and (back row, from left): Richard Peterson, plant… Read More