Member News

  • 04.20.21

    A Thank You to the PHCC Family

    While this was intended to be an article about moving forward after our unimaginable tragedy, this missive is really a thank-you letter to our PHCC brothers and sisters – our PHCC family, who have provided us continued strength and hope. As many of you know, GSM Services lost two well-respected HVAC service technicians, James Lewis and Robert Shook, who were killed during a mass shooting on the afternoon of April 7th in Rock Hill, South Carolina. These were two of our best, and my brother Steven and I, along with the rest of the GSM organization, are strengthened more than ever with all the love, compassion, and outreach from the PHCC family and p-h-c community.

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  • 04.12.21

    PHCC—National Association Shocked and Saddened;
    Two GSM Services Technicians Killed in Mass Shooting

    PHCC—National Association is deeply saddened by the tragic loss of GSM Services employee James Lewis, a HVAC service technician who was killed during a mass shooting that took place April 7 in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Mr. Lewis was one of two HVAC service technicians working on a couple’s home when a gunman entered the residence and ...

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  • 04.09.21

    PHCC Welcomes ACP Members

    The Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors—National Association (PHCC) is pleased to announce 45 new and returning Association of Contracting Plumbers of the City of New York, Inc. (ACP) members into PHCC. "The Association of Contractor Plumbers of New York City (ACP) is thrilled to be a part of the PHCC—National Association,” said Rob Greenberg, president of the ACP of New York City. “As a 140-year-old contractor organization, we are aware of the value of working collaboratively on a variety of matters to develop and maintain New York City, from ensuring clean drinking water to embracing technology for clean green energy..."

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  • 01.26.21

    It’s All About Tangible Value

    I have had an exciting couple of months getting my legs under me and learning what it means to be a PHCC team member. I appreciate the warm welcome I received as I embarked on my “listening tour” these past few weeks, and look forward to meeting many more folks over the next several months.

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  • 12.11.20

    2020: A Year to Forget?

    The American poet and civil rights activist Maya Angelou advised that "we may encounter many defeats, but we must not be defeated." This extremely challenging year will be remembered for some time despite our collective desire to leave it in the rear view mirror. Yet despite a pandemic, protests, plagues, unemployment, a recession, wildfires, hurricanes, and a presidential election, our Association and our industry continues to demonstrate a resiliency and determination that in a larger sense, defines this great nation. Our PHCC members continue to move forward with hope in their eyes and a bone in their teeth as they protect the health and safety of everyone and our planet. 

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  • 12.11.20

    With Heartfelt Thanks for a Year Shaped By Your Passion and Resilience

    As we move into the final weeks of 2020, I am so proud of our members’ contributions and perspectives throughout this extremely challenging year. Despite a pandemic, protests, a recession, wildfires, hurricanes and a contested presidential election, our Association and our industry continue to demonstrate resilience and determination that, in a larger sense, define this great nation. PHCC members carry on with hope in their eyes and a bone in their teeth as they protect the health and safety of everyone and our planet.

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  • 11.18.20

    A Message from PHCC President Hunter Botto
    PHCC Members: Let’s Make It Happen!

    You would think that assuming the helm of an organization during the height of a global pandemic would be daunting, but when the organization is PHCC and I see every day all the ways the association is helping its members (and members are helping each other), it actually has me excited about our future.

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  • 10.16.20

    Content Too Good to Let It Go! What Are You Waiting For? Access Now!

    PHCCCONNECT2020 attendees found the event’s content so valuable and relevant that we want to make sure everyone has access to it. If you were unable to attend the two-day event on Sept. 30-Oct. 1, it’s not too late to register for complete access! Just visit phccweb.org/connectto sign up!

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  • 10.15.20

    New PHCC—National President Hunter Botto Poised to Strengthen Membership, Leverage Opportunities in a Pandemic World

    Prepared to help member contractors “work smarter, not harder,” gain strength in numbers, and leverage pandemic-related challenges into new opportunities, Hunter Botto was installed as the newest president of the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors—National Association (PHCC) Oct. 1 during PHCCCONNECT2020.  

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  • 10.15.20

    With Wildfires Hitting Close to Home, PHCC of Oregon’s Darrell Fuller Steps In as a Red Cross Disaster Response Volunteer

    Like so many associated with PHCC, Darrell Fuller is passionate about meeting needs in his local community. So when wildfires recently destroyed nearly a million acres in his home state – and with communities evacuating just a few miles from where he lives – the PHCC of Oregon executive director stepped in as a Red Cross Disaster Response volunteer. Since late August, he has deployed to two fires in California and two in Oregon.

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