New Superintendent of Nashua

New Superintendent of Nashua

A. D. Theriault, Superintendent, Nashua, N. H.

Adolph D. Theriault has been appointed superintendent of the Pennichuck Water Works, Nashua, N. H., in place of William F. Sullivan, who resigned his position as superintendent of that company on November 1 to enter the insurance business, after a service of fifteen years. Mr. Sullivan succeeded the late Horace G. Holden.

Mr. Theriault, whose portrait is presented herewith, was born in St. James, N. B., in 1862, and entered the employ of the Pennichuck Water Works in 1892. In 1898 he was promoted to foreman and in 1915 was again advanced to the position of general foreman. He served in this capacity until November 1 of this year, when he was made superintendent in place of Mr. Sullivan. Mr. Theriault, owing to his long service with the water works and the experience which he has gained in the various positions which lie has filled, will be fitted to maintain the excellent efficiency which the water works have attained under the superintendency of Mr. Sullivan. The Pennichuck Water Works is a privately owned company supplying Nashua, N. H., with water.

Considerable water main extension ito he undertaken by the water department of Yankton, S. Dak.

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