May 4, 2016

Princeton, NJ: Retired military veteran to receive free air conditioning system on behalf of Princeton Air and the Princeton Corridor Rotary Club. Thomas and Lucy Quinn, of Monroe Township, are still utilizing the mechanical systems original to their forty year old home. The air conditioning system will receive a much-needed upgrade, as it has not been operating for several years.

“I was speaking to Rotary Club President Elect Bob Landman about the Summer weather outlook and then he shared that his neighbors (Thomas and Lucy Quinn) would be heading into the heat and humidity with no relief.” I couldn’t imagine facing another Summer without a comfortable home and felt we had to do something for the Quinn family,” stated Scott Needham, President of Princeton Air.

When the team at Princeton Air heard about the project, everyone was excited to be a part of it, especially Dave Wessels. Dave is a senior installation technician at the company and also a First Sergeant of the 465 th Transportation Company in the Army Reserve. Dave and his installation team are fully aware that his project includes a “Vet helping a Vet.”

Lennox, the system manufacturer, has agreed to provide the equipment free of charge and Princeton Air will be donating their labor. The installation is scheduled for May 5th and 6th , 2016 to ensure the Quinn family has a complete and fully functional system before the warm and humid weather arrives. The Quinn’s have expressed their appreciation as the cost to replace the system was beyond their reach on a limited monthly budget. Thomas and Lucy are looking forward to getting relief from those hot summer days and enjoying the comfort of their own home.

Princeton Air Conditioning, Inc. has been family owned and operated for over 45 years. We have built a responsive organization that focuses on taking care of all your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning needs for both your home and business. With employees on call 24 hours a day, we make every effort to ensure that improving your comfort is an easy and convenient process.

Princeton Corridor Rotary Club is part of an international organization with more than 1.2 million worldwide members. Rotarians embrace the motto “Service Above Self.” The Princeton Rotary Club is part of district 7510, a group of clubs associated with Rotary International in central New Jersey. The Objective of Rotary is to encourage and foster the idea of service as a basis of worthy enterprise.

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