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Mitsubishi MiniSplit & City Multi

Chapter #: 08150
Chapter Name: Greater Detroit
Reported By: Reinhard Hurt
Officer Title: VP
Defined Title:
City: Detroit
State/Province: MI
Number In Attendance: 20
Meeting Date: 9/16/2015
Meeting Type: Education
Educational Program Subject: Mitsubishi MiniSplit & City Multi
Speaker Name: Brent Cox
Company: Young Supply
Minutes: In rememberance of Bob Netschke, CM, deceased Chairman of the Board of Chapter 150, we observed a moment of silence.  Bobski died 8-12-15 with 49 years of RSES membership. The 19 members and one guest received literature and an abbreviated slide presentation on the Mitsubishi M & P series for residential and commercial applications.  The VRF City Multi was covered as well, with application highlights of Detroit jobs employing these products.  A more comprehensive course is available through Young Supply on these products. Gary Ward, CM received his CM certificate from Ed. Chairman Reinhard Hurt, CMS.
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