Water Well Journal

September 2016

Water Well Journal

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Wilo USA, a provider of pumps and pump solutions for groundwater, water man- agement, and building serv- ices, welcomes John Terman as the new regional sales manager of residential and commercial buildings serv- ices for the Northeast region of the United States. Terman brings more than 30 years of experience to Wilo, having worked as a project engi- neer, account executive, senior sales engineer, and electronic system sales repre- sentative in various industries including HVAC, fire protec- tion, and life safety. Wilo USA also announced David Goddard as the new regional sales manager of water manage- ment for the Midwest region of the United States. God- dard's career includes the following ti- tles: application engineer, director of marketing, com- mercial market manager, vice president of sales, and national sales manager. GZA, an environmental and geotechnical consulting firm, made announcement Joseph Galley has been pro- moted to asso- ciate principal in the Fairfield, New Jersey of- fice. Galley has been with GZA since October 2013 where he holds the title of vice president. His areas of specialization include envi- ronmental consulting and compliance, groundwater re- mediation, and environmen- tal permitting. Xylem Inc., a global water technology company, an- nounced the addition of three managers to further expand its 24/7 U.S. pump rental and service locations. John Bossong is the Nashville, Tennessee, branch manager. He has nearly 20 years of rental, sales, and operations experience. Bill Weymouth is the new branch manager in Hubbard, Oregon, where he brings more than five years of industry experience. Kelly Baker has been with Xylem for four years as the manager of the Carterville, Illinois, branch, and was appointed as the manager of the new rental location in Little Rock, Arkansas. Grundfos has elevated Jonathan Hamp-Adams to the newly-created role of general manager of Grundfos USA. In this role, Hamp-Adams will lead all Grundfos sales organizations in the United States. Hamp- Adams joined Grundfos in 2008 as general manager for Grundfos (Pty) Ltd. in South Africa and later served as the company's area managing di- rector of Sub-Saharan Africa. In June 2015, he joined the Grundfos USA team as man- aging director for the com- pany's Commercial Building Systems unit. Pulstar Manufacturing, a division of Preferred Pump & Equipment LP, completed a 17,500-square-foot expansion to their facility in Dodge, Nebraska. The state-of-the-art design was specifically intended to house two new spray paint rooms, a new sanding room, and a new wash room. These additions eliminate unneces- sary movement during the manufacturing and assembly process as well as double its spray painting efficiency. The expansion includes a 7400-square-foot warehouse to house more raw materials and typical inventory to en- hance production efficiency. Xylem announced the opening of its newest pump rental, sales, and service location in Little Rock, Arkansas. The Little Rock lo- cation is the newest addition to Xylem's broad network of more than 40 branch and rental hub locations in the United States. Goulds Water Technology, a Xylem brand, awarded scholarships to 14 exemplary high school graduates through the Goulds Profes- sional Dealers Association. The students, who reside in the United States and in Canada, will each receive a $1500 GPDA scholarship for college or technical school. Several water well suppli- ers were recognized in the 2016 Supply House Times Premier 150 distribution sur- vey. Nine NGWA supplier members made the list, seven of which were in the top 50. The Premier 150 survey ranks the top PHCP-PVF dis- tributors by their reported sales for the past year. The 2016 survey is based on sales for fiscal 2015. Individual company sales are never disclosed and in some cases editor estimates were used if companies did not respond to the survey. The nine NGWA supplier members and their rankings include: Winsupply, #6 F.W. Webb Co., #14 Kelly Pipe Co., #27 PACE Supply, #29 First Supply, #32 Columbia Pipe & Supply Co., #38 Goodin Co., #44 CMC Supply, #117 Northwest Pipe Fittings, #142 Industry NEWSMAKERS NEW ADDITIONS RECOGNITION SCHOLARSHIP APPOINTMENT BUSINESS GROWTH John Terman Jonathan Hamp-Adams David Goddard Joseph Galley WWJ September 2016 61 Twitter @WaterWellJournl Leon Thorne Slauch, 92, passed away on July 17 in Ox- ford, Pennsylvania. A veteran of World War II who served in the United States Army Air Corps., Slauch was a partner in the water well drilling firm of R. Walter Slauch and Sons. Slauch was a charter member of the National Ground Water Association and was the first well driller in Pennsyl- vania to be certified by the organization, and just the 18th in the United States. He was also an organizer and charter member of the Pennsylvania Ground Water Association who served as president, chairman of the program commit- tee, and after retiring from the drilling business, was the first well driller to serve as the executive secretary, a posi- tion he held for 10 years. Werley Keen, 72, of Keen Well and Pump Inc. in Mount Vernon, Ohio, passed on May 4. A member of NGWA, Werley and his wife, Janice, were the founders of Keen Well and Pump. The Mount Vernon News stated Keen was known in business as being hard-working, honest, and generous. He drilled and donated water wells to churches, church camps, and "little old ladies" who needed a helping hand. IN MEMORIAM

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