AirReps, LLC extends its best wishes and deepest appreciation to its Vice President of Engineering, Ken Horsfall, who retired after 20 years of leadership and service in Bellevue, Washington. His last day was December 31, 2021, after more than 40 years of commercial HVAC experience.
“I’ve had the honor and privilege of working with some wonderful and talented people,” said Horsfall. “I have enjoyed the creative process and partnering with our customers on several important projects.”
Horsfall is known for his attention to detail while keeping the broader perspective of design in mind.
“He’s had a huge impact on AirReps’ overall reputation in the industry,” said AirReps’ President Michael Hawkins. “We became the go-to rep for chiller plant design projects during his tenure.”
As Horsfall enters retirement, he will be succeeded by AirReps’ Engineering Manager Dave Greenheck who will assume leadership of the company’s engineering group.
“Working with Ken these past three years has been not only a privilege but a pleasure,” said Greenheck. “He is a consummate professional and one of the best engineers in our industry. He will be missed sorely.” He added, “However, we are very happy to announce that we will continue to collaborate with Ken in 2022 on a consulting basis. While it is just one day a week, staying connected with Ken is great for engineering.”
Horsfall said he is looking forward to the opportunity to enjoy travel, improve his photography skills, and play more golf during this next chapter in his life.
“I know we all owe a debt of gratitude for his breadth of knowledge and design skill,” said Hawkins. “Ken made us all better at what we do.”