Ending the weekend's festivities is a parade in which this year, Joe Huemann of Huemann Water Conditioing, was honored as the parade's Grand Marshall.
Joe Huemann served as a local firefighter for many years and is known by local schools as "Fireman Joe.
has volunterred his
time to many organizations within the community such as the Johnsburg Community Club, St. John the Baptist Church
, and the Johnsburg Area Business Association
Away from work and volunteering, Joe Huemann
enjoys spending time with his
family, being active, and restoring his
for Humanity Project - McHenry
August 27, 2013- We are proud to work again with Habitat
for Humanity McHenry County in helping build a local home.
This project is in McHenry.
Recently, employees Joe Huemann
, Steve Bowe, and Reggie Blount worked at the home on the gas piping.
Also recognized this weekend was Joe Huemann
as the parade's Grand Marshall.
has been a continued sponsor of this event and also incorporating youngsters help build their race cars.
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Huemann Water Conditioning racer, Jacob, waiting for the Final 4 to start.
Huemann Water Conditioning President Joe Huemann as the parade's Grand Marshall.
Huemann Water Conditioning President Joe Huemann with racer Jacob after a long day of successful racing.
Joe Huemann of Huemann Water Conditioning involved himself with this race due to his passion of cars and to share that passion with local youth.
These youth helped build Huemann Water Conditioning
's race cars as a way for them to take pride in the craftsmanship and perseverance of their work.
It is Joe's belief to share the same family atmosphere he
brings to work every day with his
employees among those involved with this community minded race.
Joe Huemann talking with Charleton Swanson about the last spare he threw.
Joe Huemann showing all his employees how it's done.
Pictured (from left): Carl Swanson, George Wilkinson, Joe Huemann
, Kurt Smith, Josh Rossow, Steve Bowe.
The invoice was written by Joe Huemann's
grandpa, Joseph H. Huemann
The invoice was addressed to the Bauer Farm in Ringwood.
This week, Joe Huemann
is attending the Aquatech Water Quality Association
Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana.
The event will bring together thousands of water industry professionals showcasing their latest products.
Also included are industry experts speaking about water topics such as residential water treatment options, the culture and standards of the water industry, research on the effect of water softeners on septic systems, and marketing success with soft water benefits to name a few.
has attended conventions for many years bringing back the knowledge he
gained and sharing it with his
will be touring the exhibit floor learning about new products and looking at ways to improve Huemann Water Conditioning
will be participating in the event to promote clean, crystal clear drinking water for your family.
will be showcasing the Kinetico K5 Drinking Water Station for parents to have installed in their home.
Pictured below is Joe Huemann
with the "Little Miss Peanut" contestants along with the Soap Box Derby Race Cars
We completed all the plumbing in the home with the help of Joe Huemann
, Carl Swanson, Steve Prokop, Nick Bottlemy, Josh Rossow, Steve Bowe, and Reggie Blount.
Tom and Joe Huemann
Tom and Joe Huemann
pictured together during the early years of Huemann Water Conditioning
This picture was taken with a Kinetico Water Softener.
We are still proud to be supplying homeowners with clean, soft water from Kinetico products.
1948 Power Wagon
Restored by Joe Huemann
Joe Huemann of Huemann Water Conditioning took his great grandpa Joe's 1948 Power Wagon and restored it.
Many hours, parts and people helping made this a reality.
The Power Wagon was used in the family well drilling business.
Today, the Power Wagon is retired and used for parades and promotional events.
Sometimes, you will see Joe
around town driving the restored truck.
Great Job Joe!