Rick Heisler - Drexel Building Supply

Rick Heisler

Both of you are aware the village community center has closed as of January 1, 2016. For the past several years we have conducted the classroom instruction of the Campbellsport Hunter Safety Course at the facility. As a result of the closure, we made the decision to move our classroom instruction to the Campbellsport Public Library conference room which is located in the basement of the facility. There are several teaching aids utilized for conducting the course, most of which can be moved rather easily
with the exception of a 1000 lbs. safe which was recently donated to us by the Lions Club to store all the firearms used to teach the course. I spoke to Albert about the possibility of utilizing the equipment and services of Drexel to move the safe to the basement of the library and he immediately said; you bet talk to EB (Eric Brath) and you two work it out. EB and I meet this past week and worked out a plan to move the safe to the basement of the library utilizing a pallet fork, Moffat and flatbed truck. We removed the safe from the center, loaded it onto the flatbed truck and mobilized it to the library. Once at the library we maneuvered the safe into the elevator on a pallet jack and moved it to the basement. The safe was then moved to its desired location without any difficulties. The plan was successful, greatly in part of the generosity of Drexel Building Supply administrative staff and employees. Drexel employees assisting the move on Saturday morning were Craig Neis and Taylor Ramthun. Both of these individuals were very energetic, aggressive, observant to detail and a pleasure to work with. My sincere gratitude goes out to both of them. The assistance of Drexel to provide the services to complete the move resulted in a great cost savings to our program in comparison if the services would have been hired out to accomplish the move. On behalf of instructor core of the Campbellsport Hunter Safety program, who provide hunter safety instruction opportunities to the general public, we appreciate and greatly acknowledge the generosity of a community leader, Drexel Building Supply.

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