Skip breadcrumb navigation. He was a businessman, and like many other in his field, the company always seemed to be at the forefront of his thoughts. Finola has been a part of Heath Lumber Company for as long as she can remember. The Heaths had co-owned and operated the business sincewhen Samuel Heath and his partner Joseph Richardson decided to buy and sell timber in the city of Trenton.

Heath and Richardson would purchase farms containing large amounts of standing timber and cut it down to sell logs in Trenton. Then they would clear and turn the land over to sell for farming purposes. Heath and Richardson continued this until when Yes Finance Company decided to embark on a retail partnership.

Patricelli grew up in Trenton and, Heath Lumber Company Ewing Township to his granddaughter, was always getting himself involved in different business ventures to make a living. Lumber was his passion ever since he started working at Trenton Lumber Company. Patricelli met Alach while working for Trenton Lumber.

Not long after becoming coworkers, the two decided to buy Heath Lumber and embark on a business adventure of their very own. When it came time for Alach to retire, the business was in full-swing supplying many of the developments and private homes in Mercer, Burlington, Hunterdon, and Bucks counties with building materials and services. Finola describes the work her grandfather did, and the work she now does, as multifaceted.

Her grandfather taught her early on, the importance of having a good business instinct, and the importance of practicing great customer service. Even as the fire was ablaze and fire Heath Lumber Company Ewing Township lined the streets surrounding the warehouse, John loaded his trucks and insisted firemen move their equipment so his delivery vehicles could get on the road toward his waiting customers.

And so, just as Xk Rc Company would have wanted, his family—led by son, Gary, daughter, Rhonda, and granddaughter, Finola—continues to open the doors of Heath Lumber every day to serve the residents of Ewing and neighboring communities with the same affection as was demonstrated by John for Heath Lumber Company Ewing Township 50 years.