2020 MSCA Extraordinary Everyday Hero Award

October 5, 2020

MSCA has been honoring our industry’s very own everyday heroes for the past five years at the annual education conference. This year, we were certain that every contractor operating in today’s environment has employees that have gone above and beyond to satisfy customer requests, assist in community efforts or unselfishly support their company. Our expectations were blown away by just how many heroes we have within our industry. This year we received nineteen nominations! There are so many peers among us who do extraordinary things every day, simply out of the kindness of their hearts with a passion to make a difference for the better.

MSCA is proud to recognize all these heroes in our industry and distinguish them as an MSCA Extraordinary Everyday Hero. We will be spotlighting each of these heroes over the next few months. 

Ralph Caba, Donnelly Mechanical, Queens Village, NY

Jeremy Carty, Warwick Mechanical Group, Newport News, VA

Brad Chittum, Warwick Mechanical Group, Newport News, VA

Chuck Cholke, American Combustion Service, Road Mokena, IL

Montavia Deloatch, Warwick Mechanical Group, Newport News, VA

Kevin Johnson, Johnson Controls, Sparks, MD

Chris LaBarre, McKinstry Co LLC, Seattle, WA

Shaun McCann, Atomatic, Arlington Heights, IL

Erik Miles, EMCOR Services Nevada, Las Vegas, NV

Leeann Reece, Welch and Rushe, Inc., Upper Marlboro, MD

Josh Reith, Warwick Mechanical Group, Newport News, VA

Kyle Seaman, Warwick Mechanical Group, Newport News, VA

Debbie Sells, American Combustion Service, Road Mokena, IL

Tom Skowronski, CT Mechanical, LLC., Addison, IL

Leigh Smith, UMCI, Mukilteo, WA

Matt Smith, Mollenberg-Betz, Buffalo, NY

Matt Stortz, American Combustion Service, Road Mokena, IL

Bob Warren, Standard Plumbing and Heating, Canton, OH

Sonny Webb, Tozour Energy Systems, King of Prussia, PA

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