Past Presidents get together to welcome a new club member and Pin 2014 HBA President.

Past Presidents get together to welcome a new club member and Pin 2014 HBA President.

On December 9 your Home Builders Association invited past presidents of the association to lunch at the Commerce Club, sponsored by Gallivan, White, and Boyd. There were lots of stories and plenty of advice for 2014 HBA President Mike Freeman of ACA/Freewood Contracting. The group also welcomed current president Rick Quinn of Quinn Satterfield to their club.

Thank you for your service and dedication to our association and the industry, this is an event that we will look forward to next year!

Here is the list of Past Presidents, those in attendance are denoted by *.

1960 and 1961 Donald Baltz
1962 Edgar Teasley
1963 John Taylor, Jr.
1964 M. Graham Proffitt *
1965 Marion Uldrick
1966 Eugene Rackley
1967 Lloyd W. Gilstrap
1968 Edward H. Hembree
1969 W. N. Leslie
1970 Larry Gibson
1971 Levis Gilstrap
1972 John Cothran *
1973 Harold Newton
1974 Ray Dempsey
1975 J. W. Roberts *
1976 James Vaughn
1977 W. Glenn Hawkins
1978 David Balentine
1979 A. James Nelson
1980 A.J. Prince *
1981 Ralph Hendricks
1982 David Douglas
1983 Wm. H. McCauley
1984 Bobby Sexton *
1985 Don Franklin
1986 Dee Smith
1987 Jerry Marsh
1988 James Leary
1989 Ed Burgess
1990 Joe W. Jelks, III
1991 Don Rex
1992 Dennis Waldrop
1993 Lynn Yeargin
1994 Rodney Edwards
1995 Doug Ashmore
1996 William (Billy) Dunn *
1997 Tim Justice
1998 and 1999 Gale Crawford
2000 Wayne Moore *
2001 Richard Merritt *
2002 Jim Gregorie
2003 Keith Smith *
2004 Hal Dillard *
2005 Clyde Rector
2006 Coleman Shouse *
2007 Dan Rawls *
2008 Todd Usher
2009 Bruce Pasquarella *
2010 Thomas Dillard
2011 Wayne Moore *
2012 Robert Markel *
2013 Rick Quinn *

Quinn-Satterfield, ProSource, Trehel make Inc. magazine’s list of fastest growing private companies in America

Three HBA of Greenville member companies made Inc. magazine’s list of fastest growing private companies in America.
Quinn-Satterfield, a Greenville-based home building and remodeling company, came in at 684 on the list. It also came in at 33 on their list of Top 100 Construction Companies. Click here to view Quinn-Satterfield’s profile on the Inc. list.

ProSource, based in Greenville, ranked 2,811 on the Inc. list. Click here to view their profile on the Inc. list.

Trehel, based in Clemson, ranked 4,680 on the Inc. list. Click here to view their profile on the Inc. list.

Richard Harris Quinn

Richard Harris Quinn of Greenville died Saturday, June 18, 2011.

He was the son of the late Ethel Harris and Kirby Jernigan Quinn. Mr. Quinn graduated from Greenville High School and the University of Georgia. After serving in the United States Air Force, he worked in both the furniture business and in real estate. He was a member of Westminster Presbyterian Church.

Mr. Quinn is survived by his wife, Kay Stribling Quinn; son and daughter-in-law, Richard Harris Quinn, Jr. (Rick) and Martha Wilson Quinn; daughter and son-in-law, Farell Quinn and James Johnston McGinness; six grandchildren, Taite Stribling Quinn, Harris Buchanan Quinn, Greer Cleveland Quinn, Emma Farell Quinn, James Johnston McGinness, Jr., Thomas Quinn McGinness; and sister and brother-in-law, Melinda Quinn Furman and Joseph Earle Furman. Mr. Quinn is predeceased by two brothers, Kirby Jernigan Quinn, Jr. and Charles Edward Quinn.

Memorial services will be held Wednesday, June 22nd at three o’clock at Westminster Presbyterian Church. Friends are invited to visit with the family following the service in the adjacent church atrium.

Memorials may be made to the Richard Campbell Veterans Nursing Home, 4605 Belton Highway, Anderson, SC 29621; ARK Hospice, 117 Broadbent Way, Anderson, SC 29625; Alzheimer’s Association of Greenville, 301 University Ridge, Greenville, SC 29601; Westminster Presbyterian Church, 2310 Augusta Street, Greenville, SC 29605; or the charity of one’s choice.

Arrangements by The Mackey Mortuary, 311 Century Drive, Greenville, SC 29607, 864-232-6706.

Quinn Satterfield, Homes of Hope partner on two new homes in West Greenville

Homes of Hope announced that Quinn Satterfield will construct two new single family homes on Gower Street in West Greenville. The project is being funded by Resurgent Capital Services, an international manager of consumer debt portfolios.

The homes will be 1,208 square feet. One will be rented for $595 per month, the other will be sold for $99,900.

Homes of Hope is a charity that works to meet the needs of low-income families through rental and home ownership opportunities. Its objective in West Greenville is to diversify and strengthen the community through housing opportunities.

ABCs of New Construction Held at the Cove at Butler Springs

ABCs of New Construction Held at the Cove at Butler Springs

Rick Quinn, Quinn Satterfield, LLC

This week 25 HBA members visited The Cove at Butler Springs to learn about modern construction techniques and how to apply that knowledge to selling new homes.

The event was sponsored by Quinn Satterfield and New Home Star. Rick Quinn led a tour of two new homes in the community and discussed the latest trends and technology for energy efficiency, site development, and construction techniques.