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Bob Posch

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Veri-Dry LLC

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Veri-Dry LLC

P.O. Box 4488

Skokie, Illinois,60076

United States

Company Description

Ver-Dry converts your air conditioner into a MONSTER Dehumidifer System. Eliminate mold, moisture, mildew, and humidity with Veri-Dry. ... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

President

Dry Air


Affiliations

Redwings Old-Timers Hockey Club

Member


Bob Posch Comedy Entertainment

Founder


Web References(18 Total References)


Letter to Home Owners

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Bob Posch
CEO/Engineer, Veri-Dry, LLC.


Veri-Dry.com Dehumidification

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Bob Posch - bob@veri-dry.com
Phone # - 800-514-7051 (7052) Fax # - 248-778-1701


Bob Posch Comedy Entertainment

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Bob Posch Home Page
Bob and his partner, John Cionca, have put together an act - perfected in theaters, convention halls, cruise ships and country clubs the world-over which brings audiences to their feet time and again. Posch transforms himself into a whole closet-full of characters, from the town-drunk to a redneck with a squirrel gun - and his humor (refreshingly) is not politically correct. He's an equal opportunity mocker and no one, including himself, is immune. Top all of this off with the fact that Posch is a master guitarist, interjecting world-class flamenco melodies like "Malaguena," Mason Williams "Classical Gas" and songs from every genre from rock, jazz, blues and classical to the pickin' and grinnin'-est country songs you've ever heard.


Bob Posch Bio

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Just a series of lucky accidents is how Bob Posch sees his life. "From the minute I began dismantling engines in the shed out back, right up to my performing on cruise ships, everything just fell in place for me," he says. A farm boy from Minnesota, Posch spent his childhood riding a John Deere tractor and grabbing free moments to study rudimentary engineering, knowledge that would come handy in later life. Another skill he learned was how to find middle "C" on an old guitar. That, too, would prove fortuitous. Dropping out of high school and sick to death of the farm, Posch took off at 17 to join the Naval Air Force. That old guitar went with him and he taught himself every Kingston Trio song there was. He got good enough at it that his bunkmates convinced him to audition for a local coffeehouse gig while all of them were stationed in Waikiki. It was just an accident, Posch says, that he was immediately hired to play several nights a week and that the gig stretched over years. "I really only wanted to support my surfing habit," Posch said. "A flamenco guitarist taught me to play that type of music (which is still my favorite) and I played at night and hit the beach by day." Inevitably this Minnesota Moon Doggie found his Gidget and Posch followed a lovely lady all the way to frigid Michigan, where he promptly ran out of money and went to work for the auto industry to keep body and soul together. The romance faded, but Posch found a home in Michigan. "I did get to pursue my passion for engineering and resurrect my love of hockey," he says. "I even got to perform at night clubs round the area." It was one such gig that Posch had yet another lucky accident. "I met John Cionca, who brought his banjo to one of my shows," says Posch. Posch took an interest in engineering and got patents on a machine he invented which dehumidifies pool environments and recycles the condensation to provide heating for the pool. "Who knew that all that tinkering in my father's shed would help launch a successful career? he asks. "Or that accepting a private gig on a cruise ship would lead to the president of the cruise line hearing our act and hiring us to become headliners on one of their line's flagships? Another happy accident." Accident or no, the audiences get the benefit of Posch and Cionca's fate and one listen will have you understanding why people flock to hear them. Seeing them enjoy themselves will show you why they are still at it. Both Cionca, who plays tennis, loves hiking, and occasionally plays senior softball with his 88 year old dad, and Posch, who takes the ice as a proud member of the Redwings Old-Timers Hockey Club, admit they are having the time of their lives. "We spend the day any way that we want and get to perform at night, each with our best friend, for audiences who love us - and we get paid on top of it all. It's incredible," says Posch.


Bob Posch Contact

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Bob Posch Home Page
Bob Posch at: (800) 671-9629 or E-mail at bposch5@eml.cc


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