SERVPRO of Thomaston, Forsyth & Fort Valley Employee Photos
Meet the Family!
SERVPRO of Thomaston, Forsyth and Fort Valley is a family owned and operated franchise since 1981. Carl Goodrich at the helm with both his daughter Deana Boone and John Goodrich by his side! Carl has owned the SERVPRO of Thomaston, Forsyth and Fort Valley franchise for more than 37 years. He is a IICRC Master Water Restorer and a Master Fire and Smoke Restorer. Deana is our office manager with more than 22 years of experience. John is our Operations manager with more than 21 years experience.
Meet the Crew!
SERVPRO of Thomaston, Forsyth and Fort Valley employees bring a wealth of restoration knowledge to Macon and Middle Georgia. Collectively, the men and women you see here have decades of experience in restoration and remediation. Below, you can read a little bit about each of them, and why they're an important piece of the puzzle in making fire or water damage "Like it never even happened."
As Construction Manager, John oversees repair work after mitigation is complete by SERVPRO of Macon's water and fire crews. He also oversees planning, budgeting, and the development of the production teams. John was born and raised in the SERVPRO business and his expertise is an invaluable asset to SERVPRO of Thomaston, Forsyth and Fort Valley! John is certified with the IICRC in the following: Water Damage Restoration, Applied Structural Drying, Fire and Smoke Restoration and Commercial Drying Specialist. John has been full time with SERVPRO of Thomaston, Forsyth and Fort Valley since 1997.
Deana Boone is the backbone of all office operations at SERVPRO of Thomaston, Forsyth and Fort Valley. As the franchise office manager, Deana meets and exceeds all aspects of accounting, customer service, and overall business relations. Growing up in the family business, Deana couldn't help but be 'The best of the best!" SERVPRO of Thomaston, Forsyth and Fort Valley sure is lucky to have her! Deana has been with SERVPRO of Thomaston, Forsyth and Fort Valley since 1996.
As a Production Manager at SERVPRO of Macon and SERVPRO of Thomaston, Forsyth and Fort Valley, Candace's 12 years of experience have equipped her with designations galore...from IICRC, WRT, ASD, AST, and AMRT (the list goes on)! She is well versed in all things restoration. Candace manages production crews daily and works with adjusters in order to get the job done, and done RIGHT!
Greg Turner is a crew chief and proven leader, having worked with us since July 2013. His certifications include WRT, ASD, FSRT, Lead Paint and Aerial Work Platforms (CPR in a pinch too). He’s originally from Florida, but has grown to love Middle Georgia and the people here. He’s well versed in handling water damage, fire damage, mold, you name it! His proven experience in the industry is a valuable asset to our team, and you can be sure your trust in his word and his workmanship is well placed.
Seth is very well versed in the restoration industry, and has been with SERVPRO of Thomaston, Forsyth and Fort Valley since November 2011. As a Production Manager, Seth is extremely competent and has vast experience in commercial and residential cleanup. His IICRC designations include WRT, ASD, ECTP and Lead Paint.
Fred Story (Fred)
Carl (also known as Fred) has been with SERVPRO of Thomaston, Forsyth and Fort Valley since 2011 and is a seasoned Crew Chief and leader. Fred is very personable and takes pride in all he does! His IICRC designations include WRT, ASD, Lead Paint and Aerial Work Platform certifications.
Tommy is a vital tool in SERVPRO of Thomaston, Forsyth and Fort Valley finely tuned operating machine! Tommy has been managing the warehouse since August 2012. He keeps our production department running smoothly and efficiently by having all equipment and vehicles readily available at a moment's notice! He is also certified in WRT, ASD, Lead Paint and Aerial Work Platforms.
Curtis Davis is a technician at SERVPRO of Thomaston, Forsyth & Fort Valley. He has several years of experience and is an asset to our team.
In his free time, Curtis enjoys spending time with his wife, children, and grandchildren.
If you’re ever looking for someone that’s just about seen it all in fire damage, look no further. Meet Glenda Edwards! She’s the crew chief for our fire crew, and has been working with us since 2007. She’s FSRT certified, which means she’s trained on industry standards for fire damage restoration, including smoke and soot cleanup, deodorization and content restoration (she's also certified in Aerial Work Platforms). If you ever experience a fire, call SERVPRO of Thomaston, Forsyth and Fort Valley and you can trust you’ll be well taken care of when she walks in the room.
SERVPRO of Thomaston, Forsyth and Fort Valley is very proud to have Christina Honeycutt's support as the senior job file coordinator. She has her IICRC designation and her WRT certification, which she uses in double checking the files of every job we work, making sure all information is correct, processed and billed properly. Christina is passionate about her position and thorough in her duties.
Tara Eubanks has been working with us as a Job File Coordinator since November of 2016. She’s WRT certified, and is well versed in restoration, helping manage the files of every job our franchise has worked, past and present. She also handles receptionist duties as well, meaning she’s one of the first few voices you will hear on the phone when you call. You can count on her to send help quickly if you experience any sort of fire or water damage.
Amanda Wallace (or Mandy for short) is an experienced technician on our fire crew, having proven herself to be a hard worker, time and time again. She’s FSRT and Aerial Work Platform certified, and has been working in fire restoration since August 2016. She’s a point of contact and a point of wisdom for customers that experience a fire in their home. Originally from Jones County, she’s proud to call Middle Georgia home, and is happy to bring her heart of gold and wealth of knowledge in fire restoration to any home that suffers fire damage
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