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Faces & Places: December 2019

December 24, 2019 By    

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1. A Texas visit led LP Gas to Dallas-based Arcosa Inc., where Deborah Carpenter and Brent Baty discussed the company’s 2018 spin-off from Trinity Industries and its current focus on growth, innovation and the overall customer experience. Arcosa builds propane tanks under its energy market umbrella. Photo by Brian Richesson

2. In North Carolina, LP Gas saw firsthand how RegO Products manufactures flow control products for the LPG industry. The company announced a multimillion-dollar expansion of its U.S. manufacturing capacity at its facility in Whitsett. The expansion focuses on enhancing operational efficiency and increasing machine throughput across manufacturing lines. Pictured here are, from left in the back row, RegO’s Chad Thomas, Mark Dirks, Bob Paul, Michael Lucas and Jason Clark; front row, from left, LP Gas’ Brian Kanaba and Brian Richesson. Photo courtesy of RegO Products

3. Gas Equipment Co. welcomed LP Gas during our trip to Texas. Pictured here are, from left, J.R. Anderson, Lori Kirk and Russ Ridings. The company, headquartered in Dallas, is a warehouse distributor of in-process, transfer and control equipment for LP gas marketers. Photo by Brian Richesson

4. The Pennsylvania Propane Gas Association (PAPGA) presented its Distinguished Service Life Award to Hugh A. “Bud” Rich Jr. of Richgas Inc. The association also renamed the award in Rich’s honor. Based on PAPGA records, Rich was elected to the board of directors in 1968 and stepped down in June, marking 51 consecutive years. He is a past president and also was the inaugural president to serve a two-year term (1971-73). He’s pictured with his wife, June Rich. Photo courtesy of Pennsylvania Propane Gas Association

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