OESP elects Eastampton resident Scott Vadino as Vice President

OESP elects Eastampton resident Scott Vadino as Vice President

Vadino, of Eastampton, is pleased to continue his national role as Vice President, Vadino is a Service Manager at Harriett’s Energy Solutions in Medford, NJ Vadino has National Oilheat Research Alliance (NORA) Silver and Gold certifications as well as numerous other industry certifications

EASTAMPTON, NJ — The National Association of Oil and Energy Service Professionals (OESP), an organization comprising hundreds of dedicated industry professionals who service the energy needs of primarily the Northeast portion of the United States, has re-elected Scott Vadino as a Vice President for the 2016-17 year.

Vadino, of Eastampton, is pleased to continue his national role as Vice President, a role he has had since 2012.  Previously he served as national Secretary from 2010-2012.  Vadino will also maintain his position as president of the South Jersey Chapter of OESP.

“I have been heavily involved in our regional meetings and events, and I’m excited to continue my ongoing involvement with OESP,” Vadino said. “This is a terrific organization, with dedicated professionals and limitless potential. In my continuing role as a vice president on the national level, I look forward to building our membership base and identifying ways to provide more value to our members.”

Vadino is a Service Manager at Harriett’s Energy Solutions in Medford, NJ, a family-owned business launched in 1929. Vadino, who joined the company in 1986 as an installer, has National Oilheat Research Alliance (NORA) Silver and Gold certifications as well as numerous other industry certifications. He runs a full team, including plumbers, equipment specialists, customer service representatives and administrative staff.

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