Jun 2009 - Present
Heating & Cooling
Sportsman and conservationist Randall Dellenbach enjoys the outdoors and strives to leave it intact for future generations. In his professional life, Randall Dellenbach serves as the owner and President of a Chicago-based heating and cooling company, Worldwide HVAC Parts, Inc. Since founding the business in 2009, Mr. Dellenbach has divided his duties between operational logistics and marketing. He is particularly engaged in finding green solutions to his commercial and residential clients’ heating and air-conditioning needs.
Randall Dellenbach’s commitment to conservation and green solutions extends to his recreational life as well. He has spent considerable time in Costa Rica and continues to visit the country an average of six times every year. Seeing the impact of commercial logging on the rainforest, Randall Dellenbach has dedicated himself to reforestation efforts that seek to restore the ecosystem to its natural state. In the 1990s, Costa Rica had one of the highest deforestation rates in Latin America. Illegal logging, usually for cattle ranching, remains a concern in Costa Rica today, but the country is working hard to become a model for sustainable development and forest preservation. Through his many visits to the country, Mr. Dellenbach has learned to speak Spanish. Randall Dellenbach was first drawn to Costa Rica through his love of fishing. He has explored the Pacific coast in search of billfish such as marlin and sailfish, as well as other saltwater sport fish like wahoo and roosterfish. In addition to fishing in both salt and fresh water, Randall Dellenbach enjoys woodworking. He has crafted many detailed birdhouses, with careful attention paid to the specific needs of each targeted bird species. During the winter months, Mr. Dellenbach favors books about history and architecture, particularly works about the American Revolution and the early days of the American republic.
Outdoors Man, Enjoy Fishing, Hiking, Reading, Enjoy spending time with the family. Enjoying planting tree by participating for Habitat. Enjoying understanding of varieties of plants. Naturalism, Boating, Archery