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Background Information

Employment History

President

RKR , Inc.


Affiliations

Providence High School

Board of Trustees Member


St. Michael Church

Member


Web References(6 Total References)


www.providencehigh.net

Dennis Ettel ('74), of Marysville, has demonstrated his passion for Providence by devoting countless hours working on facilities upgrades and improvements for more than 20 years.Working with a core group of volunteers, Ettel's is a common face after normal business hours and on weekends.As president of RKR Electric, Ettel ensured proper electrical and lighting were installed for every major event such as the spring festivals and JulyFest.During various renovations over the years, Ettel engineered the installation of new electrical systems.Ettel was a member of the 1973 Providence Football Sectional Championship team and currently works the chains at home games and serves as an equipment manager.He and his business partner, Susan Reinmiller Cox, now coach Providence's junior high track team.He is a member of St. Michael Church in Bradford.A surprised Dennis Ettel gave the shortest acceptance speech in the history of Providence - "Thank You".High School, and Alumni vice president Brad Kruer look on as Dennis accepts the Outstanding Alumni Award from the Providence Alumni Association during a presentation at the school's annual Gala Dinner and Auction, held Jan. 19 at Huber's Plantation Hall.


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Dennis Ettel ('74), of Marysville, has demonstrated his passion for Providence by devoting countless hours working on facilities upgrades and improvements for more than 20 years.
Working with a core group of volunteers, Ettel's is a common face after normal business hours and on weekends. As president of RKR Electric, Ettel ensured proper electrical and lighting were installed for every major event such as the spring festivals and JulyFest. During various renovations over the years, Ettel engineered the installation of new electrical systems. Ettel was a member of the 1973 Providence Football Sectional Championship team and currently works the chains at home games and serves as an equipment manager. He and his business partner, Susan Reinmiller Cox, now coach Providence's junior high track team. He is a member of St. Michael Church in Bradford. A surprised Dennis Ettel gave the shortest acceptance speech in the history of Providence - "Thank You". High School, and Alumni vice president Brad Kruer look on as Dennis accepts the Outstanding Alumni Award from the Providence Alumni Association during a presentation at the school's annual Gala Dinner and Auction, held Jan. 19 at Huber's Plantation Hall. Printer-Friendly Add Bookmark Email Page


www.providencehigh.net [cached]

Dennis Ettel ('74), of Marysville, has demonstrated his passion for Providence by devoting countless hours working on facilities upgrades and improvements for more than 20 years.
Working with a core group of volunteers, Ettel's is a common face after normal business hours and on weekends. As president of RKR Electric, Ettel ensured proper electrical and lighting were installed for every major event such as the spring festivals and JulyFest. During various renovations over the years, Ettel engineered the installation of new electrical systems. Ettel was a member of the 1973 Providence Football Sectional Championship team and currently works the chains at home games and serves as an equipment manager. He and his business partner, Susan Reinmiller Cox, now coach Providence's junior high track team. He is a member of St. Michael Church in Bradford. A surprised Dennis Ettel gave the shortest acceptance speech in the history of Providence - "Thank You". High School, and Alumni vice president Brad Kruer look on as Dennis accepts the Outstanding Alumni Award from the Providence Alumni Association during a presentation at the school's annual Gala Dinner and Auction, held Jan. 19 at Huber's Plantation Hall. Printer-Friendly Add Bookmark Email Page


www.providencehigh.net

Dennis Ettel ('74), of Marysville, has demonstrated his passion for Providence by devoting countless hours working on facilities upgrades and improvements for more than 20 years.Working with a core group of volunteers, Ettel's is a common face after normal business hours and on weekends.As president of RKR Electric, Ettel ensured proper electrical and lighting were installed for every major event such as the spring festivals and JulyFest.During various renovations over the years, Ettel engineered the installation of new electrical systems.Ettel was a member of the 1973 Providence Football Sectional Championship team and currently works the chains at home games and serves as an equipment manager.He and his business partner, Susan Reinmiller Cox, now coach Providence's junior high track team.He is a member of St. Michael Church in Bradford.A surprised Dennis Ettel gave the shortest acceptance speech in the history of Providence - "Thank You".High School, and Alumni vice president Brad Kruer look on as Dennis accepts the Outstanding Alumni Award from the Providence Alumni Association during a presentation at the school's annual Gala Dinner and Auction, held Jan. 19 at Huber's Plantation Hall. Printer-Friendly Add Bookmark Email Page


www.rkrinc.net [cached]

President Dennis Ettel is a 4 th degree Knight of Columbus and organizes the K of C fish fry's at St. Michael's Church in Charlestown.
Dennis also volunteers his time at Providence High School doing gratis work and helping with the football team. In January 2008 the Providence Alumni Association bestowed the Outstanding Alumni Award to Dennis. Between Bob Reinmiller, Dennis Ettel and Kevin Dickman we have over ninety years combined experience in the electrical contracting industry.


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