We left our civil servant jobs in California (Bill was a police captain and LeAnn was an elementary school teacher) to move to the Midwest in order to provide our daughter with a better place to grow up and get educated. In 2011 we knew no one here and were starting a new chapter. Looking for a different purpose, we decided to become employers. Bill travelled across the country becoming trained in metal refinishing, while LeAnn began studying business. We began our company in 2011 and have been extremely blessed by the relationships we have developed with both our employees and our clients.
Bill is the face of the company and uses his passion for restoration, service and people to lead the technicians and develop relationships with customers. LeAnn turns his passion into a business. She is behind the scenes with responsibility for human resources, procedures and all things legal and financial. As the leader of our woman-owned business, she is responsible for turning the vision into a reality.
We earnestly want to protect your reputation and be a good reflection and investment for your company. All our restoration specialists have been background checked, drug tested, and have received OSHA 30-hour certifications. We maintain a respectable appearance with our uniforms and lack of visible tattoos. We hire professionals who take your property and their work seriously.
Bill Luemmen – COO
My favorite thing about working for KC Restoration: providing employment, developing relationships with wonderful clients, creating a reputation of exceptional service and extraordinary quality.
Something unusual about me: my career path took me from Police Captain to owner of a small, thriving business
When I’m not working:
I enjoy spending quality time with my family, whether it’s serving together, going to movies , being involved in church activities or playing cards at home.
LeAnn Luemmen – CEO
My favorite thing about working for KC Restoration: I enjoy developing relationships with our employees and finding ways to enrich their lives.
Something unusual about me: my career path was from teaching kindergarten to being CFO
When I’m not working: Bill and I have a blast hanging out with our teen-aged daughter, her friends and high school students from our church.
Robert Wiest – Restoration Specialist
My favorite thing about working for KC Restoration: Being part of a small company and helping it grow into the best metal refinishing company in the MidWest!
When I’m not working: I love working on my new house and riding horses and my Harley.
Matt Drescher – Restoration Specialist
My favorite things about working for KC Restoration: Feeling like the company is one machine with all units working together and for each other. Limited stress and work complications makes it easier to work here.
Something unusual about me: I guess that I’m a grown man that has conversations with my cat. Still haven’t convinced her to get a job yet, but gosh darn it I’m trying.
When I’m not working: I’m usually at home spending time with family or out and grabbing a nice dinner on the weekend.
Christopher Drescher – Sales Representative
My favorite thing about working for KC Restoration: The people that work here. We have great people to work with and for. I’ve never been around a better bunch.
Something unusual about me: Besides the fact that I’m a twin, probably that I’m double-jointed in both arms.
When I’m not working: I’m building things out of recycled goods and fixing up old antiques.
Brad Phillips – Restoration Specialist
My favorite thing about working for KC Restoration: Leaving a project with a sense of satisfaction of a job well-done.
Something unusual about me: I’m obsessed with the Rubik’s cube.
When I’m not working: I’m making music.
Kade Lott – Restoration Specialist
My favorite thing about working for KC Restoration: Seeing the whole process of going from dirty to polished metal. It takes an eye for detail and its an art form. Each piece is a piece of art.
Something unusual about me: I collect zip-up jackets.
When I’m not working: I’m at home with my family. Enjoying active fun. Anything with a ball or board, disc golf, or games. Both competitively and recreationally.
Jacob Grandgenett – Restoration Specialist
My favorite thing about working on metal: The process of removing scratches, making it shine, and adding the finishing touches.
Something unusual about me: I have never been on an airplane.
When I’m not working: I’m at the dirt track races. I also enjoying being outside.
Rochelle Casey – Human Resources Generalist
My favorite thing about working for KC Restoration: I have enjoyed watching the company grow. I have come to appreciate all the time and hard work that goes into metal refinishing. The best part about my job is the opportunity to meet a lot of fun and interesting people.
Something unusual about me: I lived in South Africa for 3 years. South Africa is an amazing place to visit. My most memorable experience there was when a lion attacked my car (this was an extremely rare incident).
When I’m not working: I’m spending time with family and friends. I enjoy traveling, reading, running, photography, and going to my kids’ sporting events.
Rachel Bolton – Office Administrator
My favorite thing about working for KC Restoration: Seeing the amazing before-and-after results my talented co-workers achieve with metal, stone, and wood. I love that they are able to turn around eye sores that others think should only be ripped out and replaced. It’s also been fun to see their talents at matching patinas and finishes to existing work, to guess where the old one ends and the new begins.
Something unusual about me: I attended a college where no tuition is charged. All students work on campus so the school’s nickname is “Hard Work U.”
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