Comfort Control Heating Cooling Inc.
Andy Schwarz is Contract Specialist of Comfort Control. Andy is responsible for new business development and relationship management of customers, in new and existing markets. Andy directs market channel development activity and will also support new contract development, working closely with functional leaders to direct contract development and ensure timely contract execution.
Andy has over 20 years of executive management experience in business management and development. He has held previous executive leadership positions with Precision Holdings, Circor Aerospace, RIX Industries, Northrop Grumman and Aeromax Industries.
Andy is a decorated veteran of the United States Navy. In June of 1992 he left for boot camp with the United States Navy where he served our country proudly for 8 years. During this time he sailed the world twice and participated in campaigns in Iraq and Somalia. He was stationed onboard the USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN-72) for the first five years and was a member of the Sharpshooters (VMFAT-101) and F/A-18 squadron for the remaining three years. Andy was honorably discharged in October of 2000.
Andrew Schwarz - Contract Specialist
Daniel Lipp is the President of Comfort Control. Dan is
responsible for the daily activities that include but not limited to procurement, quality control, program management, safety, and work site assessment.
Dan has over 20 years of mechanical engineering experience. He has
held management positions with Nortel Networks, Ethox Medical and Comfort
Dan is a highly decorated veteran of the United States Marine Cops. In September of
1992 he left for boot camp at Parris Island where he served our country proudly for 8 1/2 years. During this time he was attached to the USS Theodore Roosevelt CVN 71 aircraft carrier with VMFA 312 were he participated in campaigns to include Kuwait, Iraq, and NATO missions. Once returning he became a member of the Sharpshooter team(VMFAT-101) were he became the night shift supervisor. Responsible for maintaining 32 aircraft and training Navy/Marine Corp pilots. Dan was honorably discharged in December of 2000.