Tecta America New England
Tecta America New England promotes John Donovan to Operating Unit President
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John Donovan was promoted to Operating Unit President in New England locations.
Helping Local Food Insecure Families at Holiday Time
Tecta America New England’s East Hartford team members held a holiday food drive to help local families who might otherwise face a food shortage. Senior VP Jay Maschmeier brought some donations to Hartford before they donated the box of food to Loaves and Fishes.
Collecting Ronald McDonald House Wish List Items
Employees from Tecta America New England’s East Hartford, CT office collected Wish List items for Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) in Springfield, MA. Donations included toys, puzzles, art supplies, food, and more, and Operations Manager Richard MacTaggart received a thank you note from RMHC staff after delivering the items.
Hartford Team Members Donate Time for a Habitat Build
Richard MacTaggart and Chris Jackson put in a good day’s work on a Saturday to help Hartford Area Habitat for Humanity provide a local family with a home built from the heart. Rich said, “We hung drywall, met a lot of great people, and had a great time!” We’re proud to have people on
WeatherGuard Team Collects for Jimmy Fund
Director of Service and Sales Derek Couture was at Tecta America WeatherGuard and contributed to their Jimmy Fund drive. Donations collected at all of our locations helped support Nobel Prize-winning research, advancements in immunotherapy, and successful clinical trials at Dana Farber Cancer Institute.
Holiday Food Drive Benefits Local Organization
Tecta America WeatherGuard’s roofing team installed a roof at CDYFC in Clifton Park, NY, and they chose to donate the food they collected during their holiday food drive to that organization. Pictured is Building Manager Ricky Gerlach (left), his daughter Hazel and General Manager Mike Bisner (right).
Truck Magnets Aid NCMEC in Finding Missing Children
During the last 37 years, National Center for Missing & Exploited Children has received more than 5M calls, circulated billions of photos of missing children, and helped recover more than 355,000 children. Tecta America WeatherGuard trucks have a magnet with information about a missing person from their area to aid NCMEC in their search.
Tecta America Brockton Collects Winter Coats for Families in Need
. Brockton team members helped reduce the number of people without a warm coat to wear by collecting outerwear to benefit Coats for Kids and Families. Anton’s Cleaners dry cleaned the gently used coats before they were distributed to those in need. Director of Operations Eric Peterson is holding just some of the
New England and WeatherGuard Locations Aid NCMEC
. During the last 37 years, National Center for Missing & Exploited Children has received more than 5M calls, circulated billions of photos of missing children, and helped recover more than 355,000 children. Tecta America New England and WeatherGuard trucks have a magnet with information about a missing person from their area to
Peanut Butter Drive at New England Brockton Location
. Tecta America New England locations collected jars of peanut butter to help local families experiencing food insecurity. In conjunction with The Washington Trust Company‘s annual drive, our Brockton and Billerica locations donated to The Charity Guild, Inc. in Brockton, MA. Service Manager Rich Potts (center) and Bus Dev Rep Anthony Moura (right)