Water Well Trust Completes Water Well Projects in Maryland and Pennsylvania in Memory of Late Aquaflow VP Henry E. King III

The Water Well Trust, the only national nonprofit helping Americans get access to a clean, safe water supply, has completed water well projects in Maryland and Pennsylvania in memory of the late Vice President of Aquaflow, Henry E. King III.

King was active in national, state and local groundwater associations, business associations and actively participated in charitable events focused on groundwater.  Following his death on May 21, 2016, the Water Systems Council’s Water Well Trust established a memorial fund in his name to drill water wells for families without access to clean water.

Ben Wood of Lifetime Well Drilling completed the first water well project for a single mother with two sons in Denton, MD, who said, “We have no water. Our well has failed. I am a single mother with disabilities on Social Security disability. My income barely pays our monthly expenses. We really need this help.”

Lifetime Well Drilling provided a significant discount to drill the well.  Goulds Water Technology donated the pump and Amtrol, Inc., donated the tank.

The second water well project was completed in Barto, PA, for homeowners with two small children who live in a 100-year-old home.  “I am just blown away by the fact we have been given a gift like this!  My 6-year-old daughter cannot wait to take a bath. She has never been able to since we moved here.”

Franklin Electric Co., Inc., donated the pump and Flexcon Industries donated the tank.

“This is an excellent way to honor Henry within our industry while also supporting our industry’s outreach to Americans who lack a precious resource that most of us take for granted,” said Milby Company president Burnet Chalmers, who initiated the Water Well Trust Henry King III Memorial Fund. “Henry was involved in the water well industry his entire life as an owner of Aquaflow.  He was a good and ethical business person with a kind compassionate personality.”

The Water Systems Council established the Water Well Trust in 2010 to provide clean, sanitary drinking water to Americans who lack access to a reliable water supply and to construct and document small community water systems using water wells to demonstrate that these systems are a cost effective solution for delivering safe drinking water to rural households.

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