Kenny Chapman, “The Blue Collar Coach,” is the author of “The Six Dimensions of C.H.A.N.G.E.” and owner of Peterson Plumbing. While effectively leading his service business, Kenny has been sharing his knowledge and experiences all over the world in the areas of leadership, sales, profitability, freedom and overall goal accomplishment. Kenny’s website has free information, tips and videos that you can apply to your own business today.Call for more information 877/968-2244
Kelly Faloon is editor of Plumbing & Mechanical as well as the BNP Media Plumbing Group’s Integrated Content Development Specialist. She also is editor of the Radiant Comfort Guide the Radiant & Hydronics Report — both official publications of the Radiant Professionals Alliance — and twice-monthly Radiant & Hydronics eNews, an enewsletter for anyone interested in the world of heating with hot water.
Her editorial specialties include women in plumbing, recruiting for the trades, green construction techniques, water conservation, water treatment, hydronic heating, radiant heating and cooling, snow melt, solar thermal and geothermal.
After a 3½-year stint at sister publication Supply House Times, Faloon joined the PM staff in December 2001 as senior editor. She was named PM’s managing editor in 2006 and editor in 2013.
Previously, she spent nearly 10 years at CCH, a publishing firm specializing in business and tax law, where she wore many hats — proofreader, writer/editor for a daily tax publication, and Internal Revenue Code editor.
A native of Michigan’s northern Lower Peninsula, Faloon is a 1986 journalism graduate of Michigan State University.
Questions? Need help? Call Paul at 407/699-8515, on his cell at 407/467-4916 or e-mail him (reference Plumbing & Mechanical magazine).
John Siegenthaler, P.E., is principal of Appropriate Designs, in Holland Patent, N.Y., and author of the text “Modern Hydronic Heating”. John teaches two 10-week, design-focused online courses: Mastering Hydronic System Design, and Hydronic-Based Biomass Heating Systems.
Each class is capped at 50 students with 30 discounts. These AIA-approved courses are offered in partnership with BNP Media, the Biomass Thermal Energy Council and HeatSpring.
Ray Wohlfarth is the author of “Lessons Learned in a Boiler Room: A common-sense approach to servicing and installing commercial boilers.” In his spare time, he is president of Fire & Ice in Pittsburgh, Pa. Ray writes a monthly newsletter on commercial boilers. He can be reached at 412/343-4110.