Kevin & Kathy Tindall join PHCC Board

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Falls Church, Va. — Kevin and Kathy Tindall of Tindall and Ranson Plumbing and Heating in Princeton, N.J., have been recognized as major contributors to the Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors — National Association’s (PHCC) Educational Foundation and have been named to the organization’s Board of Governors. The Foundation Board of Governors is composed of leading contractors, manufacturers, and other industry partners who are major contributors to the Foundation. They are responsible for guiding the development of industry education and training programs for contractors and their employees.

“Kevin and Kathy have contributed to the Foundation for many years, from organizing local fundraising events, to serving on our committees and making personal gifts in support of our mission,” said Cindy Sheridan, chief operating officer of the PHCC Educational Foundation. “It is wonderful to now have their names on the list of the Foundation’s most important supporters.”

Kevin is president and owner of Tindall and Ranson Plumbing & Heating. He is an active and well respected leader in the local community and the industry. Kevin has held numerous leadership positions within the PHCC of New Jersey state chapter and the PHCC—National Association. He has testified on Capitol Hill on behalf of small business owners more than once and he currently serves as the PHCC—National Association’s President-Elect.

Kathy is a past secretary and president of the PHCC National Auxiliary and a long time fundraiser for the Foundation’s Invest in Your Future Campaign. Kathy and Kevin were widely recognized for their local aid efforts following 2012’s Hurricane Sandy, when they delivered critical supplies and sanitation stations to a hard hit New Jersey coastal community.

The PHCC Educational Foundation proudly welcomes Kevin and Kathy as they join other major supporters in promoting the Foundation’s mission of developing apprentice, journeyman, and business management training programs for the success of plumbing and HVACR contractors, their employees, and the future of the industry.

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