August 8th, 2016: Click to read about White Mountain Oil & Propane in the latest issue of BP News
Oil and Energy Service Professionals has named Curtis Reynolds of Conway as a vice president of the 2016-17 year. Reynolds currently serves as the OESP New Hampshire/Vermont Chapter vice president. He is also as an Education Committee member.
"I am pleased to accept the position as a VP of the National Board of OESP," Reynolds said in a prepared statement. "This will provide me with more opportunities to make sure our new and current technicians in the HVAC fields have the tools they need to keep up with new technology and also fine tune their skills for their advancement.
"The HVAC industry has changed so much in the past few years that it can be hard to keep up with the changes," Reynolds continued.
"The methods of getting information for new products and training have changed in the past five years. Through OESP, we can all work, learn and share together through networking that goes far beyond the 'social networks' that are established on our computers, tablets and smartphones."
Reynolds is a service department manager at White Mountain Oil & Propane in Conway, where he has been employed for 16 years.
In his role at the company, he oversees the entire service crew and the delivery of mechanical service and installations to all White Mountain Oil & Propane customers. Reynolds holds a master license for fuel oil in Maine, masters licenses for both electrical and plumbing in Maine and New Hampshire, is fully licensed for propane and natural gas in both Maine and New Hampshire, and is certified for air conditioning. Reynolds also is the treasurer for the New Hampshire Oil Heat Council.
The National Association of Oil and Energy Service Professionals is dedicated to the advancement of all energy service professionals throughout the United States. Its members share ideas and information about technical and managerial procedures to improve the quality of customer service. Originally rooted in oil heat, the association, formerly known as the National Association of Oilheating Service Managers when founded more than 60 years ago, now proudly serves all energy service professionals. The OESP is composed of students, instructors, technicians and management level executives, in addition to small-business owners.
White Mountain Oil & Propane has announced the appointment of Curtis Reynolds as its new service department manager
(April 13, 2016) Curtis Reynolds has been with White Mountain Oil & Propane for 16 years providing support to customers through both the sales and service departments. He has also developed and presented state and nationally accredited training for company employees.
In his new role as service manager, he will oversee the entire service crew and the delivery of mechanical service and installations to all White Mountain Oil & Propane customers. Reynolds holds a master license for fuel oil in Maine, licenses for propane gas in both Maine and New Hampshire, master license for plumbing in Maine and New Hampshire, master license for electrical in Maine and New Hampshire, and has been certified for air conditioning.
In addition, he is an active member of the National Oil and Energy Service Professionals as part of their Education Committee, and is treasurer of the Oil Heat Council of N.H., a director of the State Oil and Energy Service Professionals and a member of the Education Committee of the Propane Gas Association of New England. Reynolds is also registered as a trainer and proctor for the Certified Employee Training Program through the National Propane Gas Association and the National Oil Heat Research Alliance.
Reynolds lives in Conway with his wife, Jill, and is the father of two boys and six grandchildren age 1 to 13. He has been involved in the community by volunteering at church, the Masons, Gibson Center for Senior Services, Tin Mountain Conservation Center and the Conway Historical Society.