HVAC Insider Article: Coburns Responds to Louisiana Flood

by | Thursday, September 15, 2016 |

This is an article that was featured in the September 2016 issue of HVAC Insider. The recent flooding in the Baton Rouge, Louisiana, area has affected over 34 families of Coburn Supply Company employees. Starting Tuesday, August 16th, a team of volunteer Coburn's employees from outside the affected areas pitched in to help clean out the flooded homes. The Coburn Supply Company has set up a Go Fund ME account in an effort to help the employees impacted by this disaster. All funds received here will go directly to the employees affected based on need and circumstance. If you would like to donate, please visit: Coburn's also partnered with Ingles Market of North Carolina & BClip Productions from Baton Rouge to bring bottled water and supplies to help relief agencies get the items they need. The first 18 wheeler of bottled water arrived at Coburn's on August 17th. Additional 18 wheelers with food, cleaning supplies, pet supplies and other necessary items also came during the week and were distributed to relief agencies throughout the area.

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Coburn's Says Howdy: 1950 photo

by | Friday, September 9, 2016 |

This was a chartered bus for air conditioning dealers and a few employees that were involved in A/C sales. This was to attend a Day and Night seminar in Dallas, Texas. We believe this photo was taken around the late 1950's or early 1960s.

Front Row L to R: Ray Mouton, Paul O'Neil, unknown, unknown, unknown, Pete Gulla, Jim Hebert, Billy Wyble, Larry Braud, Arthur Maloney and unknown

Top Row L to R: Charlie Balcom, Albert J. Coburn, Jim Hayes but not sure, unknown, unknown, unknown, unknown, Pat Henry - New Iberia customer, Doris Leblanc - Abbeville customer, Charles Lilly - Breaux Bridge customer, Newton Meche, unknown, unknown, John Lyons - Welch customer, unknown, maybe Paul McDonald, Milton Guilbeau, Clodile Romero, unknown

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