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Ron Kephart

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Working Class Heroes

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Working Class Heroes

Netherlands

Background Information

Employment History

Estimator

Energy Professionals


Affiliations

Blanchard Church of Christ

Member


Education

Bald Eagle-Nittany High School


Web References(6 Total References)


www.lockhaven.com

Ronald L. Kephart
Ronald L. Kephart, 59, of 260 Beagle Road, Mill Hall, was pronounced dead Monday, Jan. 14, 2013 in the Emergency Room of the Lock Haven Hospital. He was born Nov. 27, 1953 in Lock Haven to Sara Sheats Kephart who survives in Mill Hall and the late Theodore L. Kephart. On Aug. 14, 1998 in Rote, he married Denise C. Marshall who survives at home. Ron was a 1971 graduate of the Bald Eagle-Nittany High School. He worked for Energy Professionals as a sales/estimator, retiring in 2009. He had previously worked for MacIntyre Auto in Lock Haven and Stocker Chevrolet, State College. Ron also worked at Hammermill Paper Co. for more than 10 years. Article Photos Ronald L. Kephart Ron was an avid outdoorsman, co-founder of the Lloyd Wilson Chapter, Trout Unlimited; member and past president of the PA State Camp Leases Association. He was dedicated to the cause of justice and labor organizing. He was staff writer and researcher for Working Class Heroes Labor History Project and former president of UPIU Local 1787 at Hammermill Paper Co. He was a member of the Blanchard Church of Christ.


www.lockhaven.com

Ronald L. Kephart
Ronald L. Kephart, 59, of 260 Beagle Road, Mill Hall, was pronounced dead Monday, Jan. 14, 2013 in the Emergency Room of the Lock Haven Hospital. He was born Nov. 27, 1953 in Lock Haven to Sara Sheats Kephart who survives in Mill Hall and the late Theodore L. Kephart. On Aug. 14, 1998 in Rote, he married Denise C. Marshall who survives at home. Ron was a 1971 graduate of the Bald Eagle-Nittany High School. He worked for Energy Professionals as a sales/estimator, retiring in 2009. He had previously worked for MacIntyre Auto in Lock Haven and Stocker Chevrolet, State College. Ron also worked at Hammermill Paper Co. for more than 10 years. Ron was an avid outdoorsman, co-founder of the Lloyd Wilson Chapter, Trout Unlimited; member and past president of the PA State Camp Leases Association. He was dedicated to the cause of justice and labor organizing. He was staff writer and researcher for Working Class Heroes Labor History Project and former president of UPIU Local 1787 at Hammermill Paper Co. He was a member of the Blanchard Church of Christ.


yoursolarhome.com

Contact: Ron Kephart (Estimator)


www.centredaily.com

Ron Kephart, an estimator there, said an attic should have more than a foot of fiber material, and probably 14 to 16 inches.Kephart cautioned that insulating the attic floor is not the same as insulating the roof, when it helps to get a professional.Crust said his company did insulation on the wall of a commercial building for about $30,000. "People have no idea how much air leakage there is in the house," Kephart said.The space around ceiling lights in four or five rooms on a second floor is "like having a two-square-foot hole in the ceiling," Kephart said.


www.sungazette.com

No air passes through the specialized insulation, according to company estimator Ron Kephart.It's so air-tight a mechanical air exchange system is necessary for ventilation needs. "Build it tight; ventilate it right," Kephart said Subscribe to Williamsport SunGazette


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