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Michael Cupp Announces Retirement

HVACR veteran Michael Cupp has announced his retirement from Cain Sales Company and the industry. Michael Cupp A Tampa, FL native, Michael attended college at Hillsborough Community College for three years and the University of South Florida for two years. He majored in architecture/engineering with a minor in composition and competed on the tennis team for both schools. He began his HVACR career with wholesaler Cain and Bultman in Tampa right out of college. Read More

Greg Hatfield Retires After 50 Years in the Industry

Greg Hatfield has announced his retirement after devoting 50 years to the HVACR industry in the Tampa Bay area. A native of Ohio, Greg allowed a coin flip to chart the direction his life would take on a wintry day over 50 years ago. “After my honorable discharge from the Navy in late 1969, I took a job at a paper mill in Chillicothe. It only took six months of working there and shoveling snow… Read More

Charlie Day Retires from Position as MACCA Apprenticeship Program Coordinator

Manasota Air Conditioning Contractors Association (MACCA) Apprenticeship Program Coordinator Charlie Day has retired from his post after 13 years of teaching in the program and 5 years of being program coordinator. Charlie Day Charlie was born and raised in Sarasota, FL and began studying HVAC/R when in high school. In his junior and senior years he attended half days at the Sarasota County Technical School’s two-year Air Conditioning and Appliance Program. “My father was in… Read More

R.E. Michel Co. in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, Announces Personnel Changes

John D. (Danny) Cassity has announced that he will retire next spring from R.E. Michel Company in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. He has turned over the branch manager reins to longtime employee Melissa Basye. John D. (Danny) Cassity,retiring branch manager of RE Michel of Fort Walton Beach, Florida Danny has spent the past 8 years at R.E. Michel serving as branch manager. When he retires, he will have been in the HVAC industry for… Read More

Drengler Retiring as Greenheck Group VP

Kathy Drengler, Greenheck Group vice president of human resources, has announced her retirement effective October 2, 2020 after a 34-year career at Greenheck. Carrie Strobel, human resources director for Greenheck, has been promoted to replace Drengler. Kathy Drengler “Kathy has had an incredible impact on so many areas of Greenheck during her career,” said Jim McIntyre, Greenheck Group President & CEO.  “She was involved in the recruitment, selection, training, and development of thousands of Greenheck… Read More

Bruce Widener Announces Retirement as CAAG Director

By: Bruce Widener, CAAG Executive Director I have now been with CAAG for 40 years! Earl Smith, Bob Kesterton and I started CAAG in 1980 and I have enjoyed every minute of it. I am extremely proud of everything we have been able to accomplish over the years. I have heard multiple times that CAAG is envied by all other HVAC groups in the country. Bob Kesterton told me a couple months ago how proud… Read More