The Mechanical Contracting Education & Research Foundation

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Ken Marino Makes Personal Contribution to MCERF

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Kenneth ("Ken") R. Marino, Secretary/Treasurer of Wayne Crouse, Inc. of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has personally contributed an additional $2,500 to the Mechanical Contracting Education & Research Foundation (MCERF), which brings his personal total to $13,500.  Ken was a two-term member of the Foundation's Board of Trustees, serving from 2011 through the 2017 MCAA convention.

Marino says he's proudest of the shift the Foundation made to promote and fund activities that directly create and support student chapters, fund internships, and help show faculty how to teach mechanical-related curriculum.  "I am proud of my service with the MCERF Board of Trustees, and I am even prouder of how hard I know we strive to improve our industry's ability to create and hire great young talent."

MCERF President Mark Rogers extended his heart-felt thanks to Ken for both his past service to the Foundation and for his willingness to back up his convictions with financial support.

To learn more about MCERF or to make a contribution, contact Dennis Langley.