Every year, Edmunds & Company Log Home Restorations hires summer help to fill out our crews. It is part of our seasonal routine. Fall is on the horizon and our summer helpers are leaving us starting tomorrow. The summer has flown by, and I think I can speak for our entire crew when I say they will be missed.
It’s a long season, and having all of that youthful energy and strong backs on our crew made our lives as the “full time” crew members way more fun.
Some of our seasoned crew members have been working for 15-20+ years, which gives an idea of their ages. It’s nice to have a variety of ages on the crews because that makes for more interesting conversations around the dinner table. We really value our summer helpers and wish them the best as they return to school.
Dan is off to Northland College where he is in his senior year. He is working towards a degree in business and marketing. Getting back to studying is one thing, but Dan is also excited about one more season of D3 baseball where he is one of their pitchers. Good luck, Dan!
Jonathan is off to Purdue University for his sophomore year in the School of Engineering. He has big plans for his future, and we are glad that he has chosen to be part of our team for his summer job. Go Boilermakers!
Reed is back at Washburn High School for his junior year. As the “junior” member of our crew, he has been an asset to our efforts. Reed loves to cross country ski and has been competing in various races for the past several years. He is also a musician in the high school jazz band. An avid hunter, Reed spends time in the woods and blinds chasing whitetail deer and ducks in the fall. Make it a great year, Reed!
Edmunds & Company’s success in the business of log home restoration is due in large part to the skill and dedication of our crew members. Thanks to all of them.