If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.
That was the approach James Wright took when his first application to H.J. Holtz & Son was turned down.
Wright began his career working with a general contractor, but left that position to focus on painting. By the time he approached Holtz & Son, he had four years of painting experience under his belt. Following the initial “no,” Wright bided his time.
Recently, we rearranged the duties of a few people and promoted a few of our employees, inspiring several to reach into a new area or learn a new skill.
Villanueva, who works on both interior and exterior jobs, enjoys detail painting work the most. The thorough training he’s received also supports the company’s attention to detail.
10-year veteran painter and foreman, Luis Alas particularly enjoys interior cabinet painting projects and other challenging but rewarding painting work.
15-year veteran painter and foreman, Gary Benton, prefers to manage exterior painting projects. He’s overcome just about every exterior painting challenge.
Fine Paints of Europe (FPE) expert, Kenny Ebright, recently celebrated 25 years with Holtz. It takes a lot of patience to work with FPE. Kenny helps train new employees.
Painting estimator and 10-year H. J. Holtz & Son veteran, Travis Gibson, was inspired by friends to join the company, but the family atmosphere is why he’s still here.
Women are at the center of H.J. Holtz and Son Painting & Wallpapering, and have been so for decades. Today, they are working at every level of operations.
Jack Faya and Jose Perez celebrate long tenures at H. J. Holtz & Son. Jose moved from California and Jack from Togo after fleeing civil war.