Special to the paper- Jack Werner
Owner, A to Z Inspections
What an exciting evening at the Skirvin Hotel! Last Thursday The Journal Record presented the 2013 Innovator of the Year awards. Recipients from around Oklahoma showed two things: creativity and caring for the business and for others. It was a special night to see a young member of the A to Z Group, Todd Feehan, owner of Dad’s Plumbing, receive his Innovator of the Year award.
Several plumbers had been called on different occasions to repair a toilet that was being continually dislodged when it was struck by the electric wheelchair of a seriously handicapped person. She stayed at home alone all day while the family worked. When the toilet became disabled, she had no access to it and had to wait for assistance until someone returned home from work in the evening.
Todd cared enough to use his time and talent to craft a permanent solution—the Kelly Plate. Creating a solution just because we care—that’s what creativity, capability, and caring can accomplish for clients. And that’s why Dad’s Plumbing and Todd Feehan are part of “Your House A to Z.” Congratulations, Todd!
Todd Feehan has sixteen years experience in plumbing and owns Dad’s Plumbing. He can be reached at 405/602-2615. Jack L. Werner, Ph.D., is the owner of A to Z Inspections. He was the first designated Master Inspector by ORCIA (Oklahoma Residential and Commercial Inspection Association). Werner holds a degree in construction from OSU and teaches Certified Aging in Place Specialist and Universal Design & Build courses for the National Association of Home Builders. He can be reached at 405/412-7861.
Dad’s Plumbing CEO honored for creative solution for handicapped restroom use
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