30 years experience
17 years experience.
In the early 60s Darryl his oldest son right out of high school began working full time for is dad and soon became a Master plumber himself.
Duane his youngest son also answers the call of the family business after graduating East high in 1966 to become a plumber.
In 1948 Hadley Creekmore bought a house at 448 Pattie. His wife and four children moved into the back half of the house using the front part to run his new business Creekmore Plumbing. That building doubled as a home and business until 1951, when the house next door came up for sale. They moved the shop next-door. In 1979 along with his two sons Hadley built the new shop where it remains today.Hadley built his business on doing quality work at a fair price. He raised his two sons with the philosophy of working hard and doing quality work
6 years experience
Quality means fixing the problem right the first time.
Not that we don't love seeing our customers, but we never want to hear that our services weren't adequate and the problem's crept back up.
When you're dealing with Creekmore Plumbing, you're in the best of hands. Here are the core team members of our operation that keep it running as smoothly as your pipes will after we come clean them.
In 2000 Darryl son in-law Ken Potvin joined the team to carry on the family business.
2009 brought change again with Darryl and his wife Jean (who ran the office) retiring. Darryl oldest daughter Shelley Coleman came aboard to take her mother’s place running the office and keeping the guys in line.
Tragically we lost Ken to cancer in 2014 leaving a big hole in the family.
In 2016 Shelley's husband Steve Coleman joined the team.
With Duane announcing his retirement in 2019 Steve and Shelley will carry on the Creekmore name and legacy.