A letter from our President
Dear AMPAC Members:
AMPAC School has gone through many locations and generations of Master Plumbers.
Two years ago, under the leadership of John Cummins we found a permanent home at
3128 Allendale Street, Sheraden, PA. It was hard work and many hours of the President,
Officers and Board Members to make this happen.
We are currently classified as a 501c3 with the IRS which helps us on taxes as well as applying
for grants for the betterment of the school. We at AMPAC would like to thank all past and
present board members, officers and our membership for their continued support of the
AMPAC members are made up of many Master Plumbers and business leaders with a wide
range of personalities and difference of opinion, but one thing we have in common is that when
it comes to the school we are all united.
We are aware of members concerns for AMPAC to hold more informative meetings. With the
right topic, and the right commitment of members to attend, the committee will set up the
membership meeting. In the past, we have offered several membership meetings with a poor
turn-out. If any of you know a good topic, something you would like to see us cover, or are
aware of an informative speaker please inform Sandy and she will turn your information over to
the proper committee.
Our School Coordinator, Tim Mahoney is continuing to direct the school to be a top-notch
learning facility to help produce better plumbers for the area. Tim is working diligently with the
instructors to help produce a better curriculum to prepare the students for a successful
plumbing career. Keep in mind, it is up to each Master Plumber to continue teaching there
employees the plumbing trade.
I would like to thank Sandy Mahoney, our Office Manager for her continued support of AMPAC.
For the last 10 years she has continued to help us move forward for the betterment of
the AMPAC plumbing program. She will continue working with the board, teachers and School
Coordinator to help move the school in the right direction.
John Cummins is continuing to work countless hours for the AMPAC School on grants, school
curriculum, and a 1, 5,10 and 20-year plan for the school. We have a long way to go and our
vision is to be the top Plumbing School with the most well-trained plumbers.
I would like to thank you for your confidence for electing me as the new President of AMPAC.
I will work hard to continue the forward direction that John Cummins and the Board has taken
us and I will accept any comments or advice you may have. I would like to pass on some words
of wisdom that I have incorporated into my daily life.
When you get up in the morning, think of one positive thing that happened the day before
instead of zeroing in on the negative. It you start your day out on a positive note the rest of the
day will be more rewarding.