Chairman Emeritus  - Francis B. LaFramboise

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Established the company in 1955 and supervised the drilling of nearly 20,000 water wells in his 30 year career. He was named to the first statewide board that regulated well drilling in Connecticut by then Governor John Dempsey in 1969 and served as its chairman. Now retired, he remains a key advisor on technical, financial and operational issues.

President  - Paul LaFramboise

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Purchased the business from his father in 1984 and has guided the company's growth and diversification into one of the largest water supply and environmental drilling firms in the northeast. He is certified by the National Groundwater Association (NGWA) and holds well drilling contractor licenses in six states.

Executive Vice President  - Earl Semmelrock

Serves as general operations manager. He has been a company employee since 1981 and handles water supply wells and pumping system sales for all of eastern Connecticut. He is NGWA-certifies and licensed in water supply well drilling and monitoring well construction by the State of Connecticut. He is also an officer of the Connecticut Water Well Association.

General Manager of Water Treatment - Kyle Napierata

EmailManages all operations of LaFramboise Water Services, Inc. He is a certified Water Specialist which is one of the highest professional designations on the water treatment field as awarded by the Water Quality Association. He is a graduate of Eastern Connecticut State University.


 In addition to these key managers, our drillers and pump technicians are NGWA-certified and many hold individual state licenses. LaFramboise is proud of the professional accomplishments of its employees and the service our company has provided to the public for over 40 years. We are certain the crews who service your project will leave you satisfies you chose LaFramboise.

 

 

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Staying on top of water quality to become easier

It is now easier for water well owners to protect water quality using the new, free Water Well App and corresponding website.

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