The 82-year-old Industrial Heating Equipment Association held meetings throughout the three days on Captiva Island, Fla., where members worked on policies and goals.

Where are you? Look through the photo gallery of attendees working and playing at the annual meeting of the Industrial Heating Equipment Association, and see if you're there. The 82-year old organization held meetings throughout the three days on Captiva Island, Fla., where members worked on policies and goals.

Attendees at an IHEA session react to a speaker's humorous comment. From the left are: Roger Paules, Duke Energy, Tom Rozek, right, of Red-Ray Manufacturing Co. Inc., and his wife Ann Philips. In the second row, from far right are Kevin Carlisle of Karl Dungs Inc. and Steve Onsager, Infratrol Manufacturing Corp.



Guest Chris Goff of Southern California Gas Co. meets a first-time attendee Jim Cottrell of Honeywell International during a pre-dinner gathering.



New member Steve Onsager, president of Infratrol Manufacturing Corp., gives IHEA members a brief history of his company, which makes continuous and batch ovens, paint-finishing systems and other equipment.



Companies that sell gas-fueled equipment to industrial customers of Southern California Gas Co. in the Los Angeles area have an opportunity to increase sales via a program explained by Chris Goff of the gas utility.



Elster Kromschröder's Mike Shay and Mark Gentry of ECOS Consulting, exchange information during a break in a session.



An exaggerated hug catches Tim Proctor, Duke Energy, by surprise, which is exactly the intent of Mark Gentry, ECOS Consulting.



Who says all of the real business is done on the golf course? At this group event, it is sometimes done on the croquet field. Watching the croquet ball settle, Brian Russell of Dry Coolers Inc. plays a round.



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