Holiday Spirit Warms Local Family

A gift of a new heating unit from a Waltham contractor was installed on Spring Ave. on Sat., December 21st. Steve Powers, general manager at United Mechanical and local resident donated a new heating system and the services of his crew to a needy Revere family. With the assistance of  the city of Revere Building Inspector Benny DeChristoforo and CAPIC, a local family who was in need of services, yet was above the income guidelines set forth by CAPIC, received a new heating system. “The holidays will be a little warmer this year thanks to the generosity of Steve Powers and his crew for this Revere family,” stated Mayor Dan Rizzo. The heating system was donated to the Lepore family. Workers donating time for heating system installation were: Kelly Adams, Chris Hardy, Mike Murphy, Jr., Paul Hardy, Igor Kutreiber, Matthew Powers, Strider Laliberte, Rico Palladina, Mark Packard, and Chris Dalton. Shown in the above photo is Steve Powers (center in white shirt) with workers, Debbie West of the Mayor’s Office and Marilyn Murphy of CAPIC.  (Advocate photo by Joe Person)

 

A gift of a new heating unit from a Waltham contractor was installed on Spring Ave. on Sat., December 21st. Steve Powers, general manager at United Mechanical and local resident donated a new heating system and the services of his crew to a needy Revere family. With the assistance of  the city of Revere Building Inspector Benny DeChristoforo and CAPIC, a local family who was in need of services, yet was above the income guidelines set forth by CAPIC, received a new heating system. “The holidays will be a little warmer this year thanks to the generosity of Steve Powers and his crew for this Revere family,” stated Mayor Dan Rizzo. The heating system was donated to the Lepore family. Workers donating time for heating system installation were: Kelly Adams, Chris Hardy, Mike Murphy, Jr., Paul Hardy, Igor Kutreiber, Matthew Powers, Strider Laliberte, Rico Palladina, Mark Packard, and Chris Dalton. Shown in the above photo is Steve Powers (center in white shirt) with workers, Debbie West of the Mayor’s Office and Marilyn Murphy of CAPIC.  (Advocate photo by Joe Person)