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Propane People in the news Rich BPN 122019(December 31, 2019) — Paul Bolduc has joined RegO (Elon, N.C.) as its Midwest business development manager for LPG and industrial gas markets, based in the Chicago area. Bolduc has been part of the propane industry for more than 26 years and has extensive experience in all aspects of the LPG industry including bulk, transportation, installations, and training. Bolduc was most recently with LPG & NH3 Supply as a sales manager for the Midwest. Propane People In the News announces Paul Balduc joins Rego Products reports BPN the propane industry's leading source for news since 1939  12-2019
Propane People in the news announces that John Sells has joined Rego PRoducts reports industry leading media BPN 12-2019
John (J) Sells has been named as RegO’s new Southeast business development manager for LPG and industrial gas markets, based in Jacksonville, Fla. He has been in the industry for more than 25 years and has worked in various capacities for marketers and distributors in sales and marketing. Sells has been involved in the Florida Propane Gas Association as a 601 Qualifier safety instructor, and is recognized as an industry expert in propane autogas.

In Memorium:
Propane People in the news sadly reports the death of long-time propane industry professional Patricia Mulligan12-2019Patricia (Patti) Mulligan, 59, passed away Oct. 8 in Jacksonville, Fla. She began her career in the propane industry at Wilford Propane, and later owned Mulligan Propane. When her company was acquired by Sams Gas, she became one of that company’s employees. Mulligan was a member of the Florida Propane Gas Association board of directors and led the Marketing and Autogas Committee as chair for a number of years. In addition, she was directly appointed by the Commissioner of Agriculture to serve on the Florida Propane Education and Research Council.

Jessie Weldon Taylor passed away Sept. 6 in Fort Worth, Texas. He began his long career in the propane industry in 1965, working for Arrow Gas Co. as a district salesman and supervisor until 1977. He was appointed as the Commissioner of the Liquid Petroleum Bureau and served from 1976 until 1979. In 1979, he went into private business and founded wholesale petroleum companies such as Petro Fuels, TMI Inc. and later NGL Transport. Taylor also started a retail propane company, AAA Propane, in Pagosa Springs, Colo. He was an active industry voice and marketer until his retirement in 1999.