Timeline

The Beginning

08/01/1978

After five years of apprenticeship with two different companies, brothers Dick & Joe took what money, dreams and tools they had and started a company – Meyer Brothers Carpenters.

Another Brother

05/01/1983

After graduating from college, Jerry joined the company of his two brothers and the brotherly trio started to slowly grow, adding employees, trucks, and tools over the years.

Longest non-family employee

07/01/1993

Jarl was one of the first non-family members to join the team and has been with us for over 25 years.

The second beginning - the addition of "son"

06/01/1995

After graduating from high school, Brian (Dick's son, front left) started full time with Meyer Brothers and officially changed the name to Meyer Brothers and Sons, fulfilling their life-long dream to become a multi-generational family business.

The second addition of "son"

06/01/1998

After graduating from high school, Joey (Joe's son) started full time with Meyer Brothers and the two original brothers now each had a son in the family business.

Continued growth - family & friends

07/01/2018

From the humble beginnings of 2 young carpenters with a dream, today Meyer Brothers and Sons has become a 20 person multi-disciplinary firm comprised of 3 original brothers, 4 sons, a neph-son, a brother-in-law, cousins, friends and neighbors. With such strong familial roots, we treat all of our employees and clients as family, regardless of last name.

Meet Our Team

Dick Meyer

Founder

Dick founded the company in 1978 with his brother Joe. He graduated from Finneytown High School and has been in the construction industry since then. Dick started out as a carpenter, then slowly grew into a general contractor as the business grew in number and diversity of projects. He is married and has 4 grown children (sons Brian & Rick are in the business) and 8 grandchildren (and counting). *click anywhere to exit

Joe Meyer

Founder

Joe founded the company in 1978 with his brother Dick. He graduated from Finneytown High School and has been in the construction industry since then. Joe started out as a carpenter, then slowly grew into a general contractor as the business grew in number and diversity of projects. He is married and has 3 grown children (sons Joey & Luke are in the business, as well as his neph-son Drew) and he has 8 grandchildren (and counting).

Jerry Meyer

One of the original founders & project manager

Jerry. He's loud, he's fun, he's Jerry!
He graduated from Roger Bacon High School then went onto Seminary and finished up at UC with a degree in Philosophy. Then he joined his brothers in the family business. He's married and has 3 grown children, 2 step children and 5 grandchildren.

Felicia Tully

Book keeper

Felicia takes care of all things accounting here at Meyer Brothers and Sons. Being from Jersey, she does a great job of keeping up with the boys. She lives next to Joe and across the street from Joey, Luke & Drew. She has 2 children and 2 grandchild.

Rick Meyer

Architect, Business Manager

Rick has been in the business since he was a kid, working with his uncles and cousins on the jobs sites. After graduating Badin high school he went to Ball State University with Jeremy to study architecture. After graduating college with a degree in Architecture and Environmental Design he moved to Oregon to pursue his soon-to-be wife. After additional travels, he landed back in Ohio in 2008, got his professional architectural license, and helped to transform the business from only remodeling to design | build | remodel. He married that Oregon girl and they now have 3 boys, Asher, Jude & Isaac.

Joey Meyer

Shop Manager

Joey is our craftsman and master all things wood shop. He graduated from Finneytown High School and put his skills to work straight away. He helped develop and grow the finer cabinetry portion of our company, allowing us to offer a fully custom cabinet line.

Jeremy Culver

General Manager, Project Designer

Jeremy is originally from Wabash, In and after graduating high school there he went to architecture school at Ball State University with Rick. He moved to Seattle with his wife after college where he worked in the residential remodeling scene. He moved to Cincinnati in 2013 to join the team, helping to bolster the design side of the business. He is married and has 3 children. He loves to run and he loves snow (however not necessarily at the same time).

Amanda Morehart

Interior Designer

Amanda joined the team in 2018 filling a critical role as interior designer. She graduated from the College of Mount Saint Joseph with a degree in interior architecture and design. She spends her days designing custom cabinetry, helping our clients with the selection process, and all other things design. She is married with 5 kids and hails from Kentucky.

Brian Meyer

Carpenter

Brian is Dick's son and Rick's brother. He graduated from Badin high school and came to work for the family business right out of high school. He left for about 10 years to go to Wyoming and raised his 4 kids there. Now he's back working for the business, using his unique experience building & remodeling homes in Jackson Hole back here in Ohio.

Luke Meyer

Lead Carpenter

Luke is Joe's son and has been with the family business since 2008. He's married and currently has 1 young boy named Simon. He graduated from Finneytown High School and went to Cincinnati State and studied videography. You'll see Luke in the field exhibiting his skills as demo dawg as well as fine finish carpenter.

Jarl Sebastian

Lead Carpenter

Jarl (or more affectionately Vern) is the longest running non-family member employee and most experienced field craftsman. He graduated from Fairfield High School and can be seen in the field doing rough framing or installing the finer cabinets & trim.

Greg Tendam

Job Superindendant

Greg has been with Meyer Brothers and Sons for some time. He graduated from Hamilton high school and has been in the construction industry his entire life. If Greg is at your home as job superintendent, you'll see him nearly everyday. Clients have been known to miss seeing his face every morning and having him be a part of their daily lives. He has 4 kids and 2 grand kids.

Andy Reichle

Shop finisher

Andy, or chief Reichle as he's affectionately referred, is proud to be a part of Meyer Brothers and Sons, working for the best family based company alongside the best craftsman and designers in the business. He's Joe's brother-in-law and Drew's father. He's retired navy and runs our finish shop just like he ran his ship: clean and tight!

Drew Reichle

Field painter

Drew is Joe's Neph-son and Andy's son. He graduated from Finneytown high school and went on to Cincinnati State to study automotive service management. He worked part time in the summers and then came on full time to Meyer Brothers and Sons in 2004. You'll find Drew meticulously & quietly painting in the field. He is married and has 2 sweet girls...and he believes in Big foot.

Japeth Hoffman

Lead Carpenter

Japeth loves challenging carpentry tasks. And he's able to achieve those because of his varied experience in Hawaii and Colorado. He's been a great asset to our carpentry team, allowing us to accomplish the often highly skilled details our clients have come to expect from us. He's married and has 1 grown child and loves telling stories from his beautiful past.

Zach Tripp

Apprentice Painter/General Laborer

Zach is new to the team. He graduated from Colerain high school and has worked several service jobs since then. He's our versatile player and can be seen in the field one day demolishing a bathroom and the next finish painting a kitchen.