Saturday July 29, 2017

New Home Comfort System Donated to Vietnam Veteran

Falso Service Experts steps up for Liverpool veteran


    Falso Service Experts Heating and Air Conditioning, East Syracuse, donated a complete home comfort system, including a high-efficiency furnace and air conditioner, to Sean Frawley, a disabled U.S. Navy veteran who served during the Vietnam War.

     

    The $9,500 system was delivered and installed along with a new hot water heater at Frawley’s home in Liverpool Friday.

     

    Frawley served in the Navy from Nov. 2, 1970 to Dec. 3, 1973, and was disabled as a result of his time aboard the USS Lawrence during its Vietnam War tour in the Western Pacific from 1972 to 1973.

     

    The USS Lawrence provided naval gunfire support, dodging enemy return fire, and rescuing downed aviators while also serving as plane guard during aircraft carrier operations.

     

    “We learned from the Frawleys’ daughter that they were without cooling this summer, and that their hot water heater was on the fritz,” said Stephen Frank, general manager of Falso Service Experts. “Understanding they weren’t in the financial position to address their home comfort, we decided to take action for Mr. Frawley and his wife, Helen. We hope that our small gesture will show even a portion of our gratitude for the sacrifices he has made for our country.”

     

    This installation is the third system donation Falso Service Experts has made to a veteran in the last six months.

     

Oswego County Business Magazine
Issue 156

Issue 156
June/July 2018

Cover Story

Profiles

Carol Sweeney

On The Job

How Does Summer Affect Your Business?

Success Stories

Oliver B. Paine Greenhouses

My Turn

Honorary Doctorate Degrees — Should They Be Eliminated?

Economic Trends

Fifteen semi-finalists competing for a $50,000 prize

Last Page

Paul Stewart