Oliver Heating & Cooling is pleased to announce that Warren Newberry is the recipient of the 2012 Golden Rule award. The Morton, PA based company attributes its more than 40 years of successful service to the Delaware Valley to its founding principles and character-based approach to customer service and employee development. The Oliver family is guided by the Golden Rule, and honors one employee each year who best exemplifies the integrity, reliability, and quality workmanship that have characterized the Oliver company since 1971.
This year’s recipient, Warren Newberry, was chosen for his outstanding performance as a team leader in Oliver’s Mechanical division which serves commercial and industrial customers. Mark Crawford presented the award on behalf of the Oliver organization. Crawford spoke of first meeting Newberry when he was fourteen years old and threw a snowball at Newberry’s service truck. This unlikely beginning resulted in an impromptu snowball fight (which Newberry won) and eventually Newberry became Crawford’s mentor in the commercial heating and air conditioning industry. Newberry continues to be a sought-after mentor within Oliver Mechanical, and has earned the respect of his many colleagues and customers for his expertise and dedication to producing solutions for even the most difficult mechanical systems. “Warren truly stands for all of the beliefs that Oliver is built on and it shows every day,” says Crawford.
Newberry’s wife, Susan, was present during the award ceremony honoring her husband. The couple has eight children, who know Newberry as a dedicated father, strong in his Christian faith and involved in their activities from sports to drama and music. Newberry has also been a member of the Warwick school board for 17 years. Oliver Heating & Cooling is proud to recognize Warren Newberry’s personal and professional accomplishments, and congratulates him on the receipt of this award.