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OESP Auctioning Analyzer for Sandy Victims - Please Help!

Erin Holohan HaskellErin Holohan Haskell Member, Moderator, Administrator Posts: 290
In  addition to being an owner of Heritage Fuel and member of the Westchester Chapter, Bob Daros has also been a volunteer fireman for 27 years and currently serves as the Fire Commissioner. On October 30, at the height of Hurricane Sandy, he and his crew were called to the scene of a fallen tree. Neighborhood pals, Jack Baumler, 11, and Michael Robson, 13, died that night when a nearly 100-foot oak tree crashed into the family room of the Baumler home in North Salem, NY.

They are rebuilding the home and Bob wants to spearhead the installation of the heating and cooling system. They can't use Oil Heat Cares because he needs to install a propane system. Knowing how important a job this is to the community, OESP is helping get the equipment and still need an air conditioner. Their friends at Wohler donated a Wohler 400 (P/N 3359) Flue Gas Analyzer with a MSRP value of $2490.00.

Bob wants to install this system later this month so instead of selling tickets, OESP is auctioning this item on E-Bay - so if you or someone you know needs an analyzer or just wants to help raise money, please help out. They have a minimum bid of $500.00 to start the bidding that will last for the next 9 days.



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