Tim Price announced as Director of KS Operations
In 1993, when Tim Price joined Grandview Cabinetry as a member of the face frame department, the company looked much different than it does now. Tim’s employment pre-dates the expansion of the manufacturing location, the establishment of a second location in Cherryvale, KS, the acquisition of M&M Moulders, an additional expansion in 2005, the loss of longtime Grandview owner, E.F. “Sonny” Zetmeir, and the Zetmeir family’s decision to entrust Stan Tidwell, a longtime industry friend,
Annual Tenure Ceremony 2020 Grandview Cabinetry
The events of 2020 required us to adjust in many ways, shifting in-person meetings to Zoom calls, wearing masks in the workplace and in public, and staying home a lot more, to name a few. While we were dealing with a host of unforeseen changes, Grandview Cabinetry was also undertaking some planned changes, including remodeling of our offices and our employee breakrooms. Despite all of the upheaval and change, two things remained constant — the
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What is Christmas? It is tenderness for the past, courage for the present, and hope for the future.” – Agnes M. Pharo Every year as the holidays come around, those of us at Grandview Cabinetry are reminded of the importance of the Christmas spirit. After the year we had, it was more important than ever to bring that spirit to the forefront of our end-of-year celebrations. To us, the spirit of Christmas means bringing joy,
Walk onto the factory floors at Grandview Cabinetry, and you’ll find a lively space abuzz with production. Thanks to a dedication to quality, American-made cabinetry and company growth since 1946, we run a robust and vibrant operation. Still, even standing in the center of all this, it’s difficult to fathom just how much cabinetry our team produces each year. The scale of our operation is astounding — and worth celebrating — thanks to our hard-working
In January 2018, Western Cabinets, Inc. acquired Grandview Cabinetry, and Woodmont and Grandview officially became sister companies. While some relatives are lucky enough to live just down the road from one another, in our case, we are separated by an expansive 372 miles. That’s about a six-and-a half hour drive or about three-and-a-half hours of flight and driving time to go factory door to factory door. Although this is a long way to go for meetings,

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