A passionate golfer and world traveler, Ronnie Kroll, a 30 year veteran of the Mechanical Contracting Industry in Central Teaxs, has teed off everywhere from Ireland to Panama, seeing numerous sites along the way. Between playing Glen Eagles in Scotland and salmon fishing in British Columbia, Mr. Kroll has also invested considerably in his interests at home, where he keeps up his fishing and golfing skills while enjoying every chance to grill dinner or catch a Rangers or Cowboys game. Ronnie Kroll’s hobbies also include professional topics ranging from developments in the world of sustainable construction to new design/build concepts. Mr. Kroll’s personal interests also dovetail with his commitment to his community, a commitment that has manifested in involvement in institutions in and around Waco, TX.
As a founding member of the Greater Waco Advanced Manufacturing Academy and the Connally ISD Education Foundation, Ronnie Kroll has encouraged young men and women across Texas to obtain professional training; as a successful former student of institutions like Texas State Technical College and Tarleton State University, he understands the importance of education for the future of his industry. Ronnie Kroll has also been an active force in the industry’s professional networks, serving as a member of the ASHRAE (formerly the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers), ACCA (Air Conditioning Contractors Association), PHCC (Plumbing Heating Cooling Contractors, HOTBA (Heart of Texas Builders Association), and the Waco-based Central Texas Chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America. In addition, Ronnie Kroll has been an active part of the Central Texas philanthropic community, assisting in the founding of the McLennan 100 Club, an organization supporting the families of slain officers of the law.
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