Lee joined the company in 1986 after a brief stint on active duty with the US Army in Desert Shield/Desert Storm. His entrance into the lumber world was activated by completing a National Hardwood Lumber Association Hardwood Inspection course. Since then he’s worked at OHC in many capacities in management, sales and procurement. Lee is married with three daughters and enjoys travel and spending time at the Robinson family summer house at Point Clear, AL.
Luckett spent the first 17 years of his career practicing law and is a “recovering lawyer” according to his friends in the legal world. He enjoys spending time with his wife, their five children, and two bird dogs. His hobbies include bird hunting, fishing, and Alabama football. Luckett also devotes his free time working for the board of St. Paul’s Episcopal School.
Gregory spent his first decade with OHC traveling to South America developing the supply side of OHC’s Outdoor Living business. Besides his continued purchasing and development trips to South America and Asia, he also runs the manufacturing facility. Away from work he likes hunting and fishing with his family of four, and supports the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
Therese joined her father at OHC in 1983 after graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature and Art. Surprisingly, both majors and a Masters of Liberal Arts have served her well at OHC in various areas of business administration including financial, human resources, systems and data design. She enjoys spending time with her family when away from work and continues to indulge her interest in the arts.
Bill is an empathetic, passion-filled person. In all aspects of his life, from family to work, Bill challenges himself to be the mentor of mentors, bringing significant “firsts” into people’s lives. Aside from spending time with his wife, children and grandchildren, he’s also an avid sports fan and fisher and enjoys volunteering his time to help others.