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National Kitchen + Bath Month: Mixed Metal Accents

October 30, 2019 1:22 pm Comments Off on National Kitchen + Bath Month: Mixed Metal Accents

Trending Now! What if we told you that not all the hardware in your kitchen has to match? Yes, you read that right. Mixing metals adds a fun and unique design appeal to the space. It is also a quick and easy way to update your... View Article

Happy National Kitchen & Bath Month

October 23, 2019 3:11 pm Comments Off on Happy National Kitchen & Bath Month
Jenny Freeman

October is National Kitchen & Bath month and we want to celebrate with you! Throughout the month, we will be releasing a series of blog posts that highlight exciting design trends. Follow along to see what our designers have to... View Article

Leadership Evolution at Hancock Lumber

October 5, 2019 2:12 pm Comments Off on Leadership Evolution at Hancock Lumber
Paul Wainman

By LBM Journal  LBM Journal has learned that Paul Wainman will become president of Hancock Lumber effective January, 2020. Wainman, who will keep his role as CFO, will be just the eighth person to serve as president since the company’s founding in... View Article

Two Hancock Yarmouth Employees Recognized with Spirit of Excellence Awards

October 4, 2019 6:03 pm Comments Off on Two Hancock Yarmouth Employees Recognized with Spirit of Excellence Awards
Spirit of excellence recipients

Hancock Lumber congratulates two of their long-time, Yarmouth employees after learning they’ve been honored with Spirit of Excellence Awards through the Yarmouth Chamber of Commerce. Presented annually, this award recognizes non-management employees of Yarmouth businesses. Employees are nominated based on... View Article

Growth Within Hancock’s Leadership Team!

October 3, 2019 10:30 am Comments Off on Growth Within Hancock’s Leadership Team!

A letter from Kevin Hancock | October 2019 Hello!I am writing to share some exciting news. Beginning in January 2020, Paul Wainman (our current CFO) is going to become President of Hancock Lumber. I am going to continue working as CEO and BOD... View Article

Bethel Mill Reinvestments Drive Customer and Employee Experiences

September 3, 2019 6:46 pm Comments Off on Bethel Mill Reinvestments Drive Customer and Employee Experiences

Earlier this year, Hancock Lumber completed the installation of a new automatic grade scanning system at the Bethel sawmill. General Manager, Aaron Schulte, and his crew completed the massive capital project in typical Hancock Lumber fashion—a true team effort—finishing on... View Article

Hancock Lumber named a Best Place to Work in Maine for the 6th year in a row!

August 30, 2019 8:14 am Comments Off on Hancock Lumber named a Best Place to Work in Maine for the 6th year in a row!
Roger Best Places to Work

“This award is not about WHAT we do, but HOW we do what we do.It’s about working in a manner that aspires to respect, value, and empower every person’s voice in our company.“ –Kevin Hancock, President + CEO “While this is our 6th year... View Article

Hancock Celebrates York County Expansion with Saco Groundbreaking Ceremony

August 17, 2019 1:43 pm Comments Off on Hancock Celebrates York County Expansion with Saco Groundbreaking Ceremony
Saco Groundbreaking

On Monday, August 12th Hancock Lumber officially broke ground at the future home of their tenth lumberyard and kitchen design showroom in Saco, Maine. The newest location will be Hancock’s fifteenth overall, adding to its existing network of lumberyards +... View Article

Hancock Lumber Partners with Olympic Hopeful Kate Hall

August 6, 2019 6:20 pm Comments Off on Hancock Lumber Partners with Olympic Hopeful Kate Hall
Kate Hall

Hancock Lumber recently partnered with Olympic hopeful—and Casco native—Kate Hall on her quest for gold at the 2020 Olympic games. Kate is an American track and field athlete specializing in long jump and sprint. A decorated athlete, Kate is the... View Article

Recap of 85th Annual Casco Days

July 31, 2019 12:06 pm Comments Off on Recap of 85th Annual Casco Days
85th Annual Casco Days Midway

A letter to the Bridgton News editor: As we pack up the final stuffed animals, disassemble the rides and tents, count the final coins, and reflect on the 85th annual Casco Days, all we can say is ‘WOW!’, we are... View Article