Harold F Werhane  F Wayne Packard, Culligan(800px X 725px)							Biographies are available for:														F Wayne Packard						From Water Conditioning, December 1970, WCAI, 25th Anniversary: WCAI President, 1952. Culligan Water Conditioning, Minneapolis, Minn. Owner of several water conditioning operations which, in total, are thought to represent the largest dealership in the country. Pettit Award winner. One of Minnesota's most respected businessmen; has taken leadership role in State's water resources work. Was president of Minneapolis Better Business Bureau. Serving as example and inspiration, has probably done more than any single dealer to raise the standards of the industry. Was director of WQRC and twice president. Charter member and past president of the Minnesota Water Conditioning Association. Three children. Widely traveled, accompanied by lovely wife, Mary.											Harold F Werhane						<b>From <i>Water Conditioning</i>, July 1977</b> Harold Werhane has been in a high visibility position with Culligan for many years and has lent his company and the industry a large measure of dignity. Harold started with the Culligan organization in 1937 as a bookkeeper, just about a year after Emmett J. Culligan formed the company. In 1939, he was made office manager and the following year he became general manager. In 1945, the company was incorporated under the name of Culligan, Inc. and Werhane became one of its directors. Five years later, in 1950, he was elected president. In 1973, he was elected chairman of the board, a position occupied for many years by Mr. Culligan, but vacant following his death. Werhane's leadership goes well beyond the Culligan organization. He was one of the founders of the Water Conditioning Foundation (now a part of Water Quality Association) and is the first member of the WQA Hall of Fame. In 1968, the American Marketing Association named Harold Werhane its "Marketing Man of the Year. Harold has held a variety of civic, business and institutional posts throughout his career, including director, Chicago Association of Manufacturers and director, Illinois Manufacturers Association.
Harold F Werhane F Wayne Packard, Culligan(800px X 725px) Biographies are available for: F Wayne Packard From Water Conditioning, December 1970, WCAI, 25th Anniversary: WCAI President, 1952. Culligan Water Conditioning, Minneapolis, Minn. Owner of several water conditioning operations which, in total, are thought to represent the largest dealership in the country. Pettit Award winner. One of Minnesota's most respected businessmen; has taken leadership role in State's water resources work. Was president of Minneapolis Better Business Bureau. Serving as example and inspiration, has probably done more than any single dealer to raise the standards of the industry. Was director of WQRC and twice president. Charter member and past president of the Minnesota Water Conditioning Association. Three children. Widely traveled, accompanied by lovely wife, Mary. Harold F Werhane From Water Conditioning, July 1977 Harold Werhane has been in a high visibility position with Culligan for many years and has lent his company and the industry a large measure of dignity. Harold started with the Culligan organization in 1937 as a bookkeeper, just about a year after Emmett J. Culligan formed the company. In 1939, he was made office manager and the following year he became general manager. In 1945, the company was incorporated under the name of Culligan, Inc. and Werhane became one of its directors. Five years later, in 1950, he was elected president. In 1973, he was elected chairman of the board, a position occupied for many years by Mr. Culligan, but vacant following his death. Werhane's leadership goes well beyond the Culligan organization. He was one of the founders of the Water Conditioning Foundation (now a part of Water Quality Association) and is the first member of the WQA Hall of Fame. In 1968, the American Marketing Association named Harold Werhane its "Marketing Man of the Year. Harold has held a variety of civic, business and institutional posts throughout his career, including director, Chicago Association of Manufacturers and director, Illinois Manufacturers Association.
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