More Floods training class of December 2012


LENEXA, KS — More Floods is proud to have the following new companies join their membership along with existing member companies who sent employees through training in December 2012.

more floods decemberStarting with the back row from left to right:
Johnny Raus, Raus Restoration; Heather Branson, Steamway Craftsmen; Arie Degabli, Degabli Fire & Flood; David Hannappel, Silverton Contractors; and Josiah Kessie, Innovative Restoration.

Front row from Left to Right:
Roger Hutson, Steamway Craftsmen; Kim Raus, Raus Restoration; Kinsey Hannappel, Silverton Contractor; Sam Ekstein, Degabli Fire & Flood; Joan Abbott, Innovative Restoration; and Lori Kessie, Innovative Restoration.

Each of these organizations completed a two-day training class on December 13 and 14 at the modern More Floods training facility in Lenexa, KS.

Four new companies and one revisiting companies attend training in December.

More Floods wishes our newest members and all our existing members great success.

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