Danny Acrey- Owner
|Danny’s vision for American Lumber is to create quality service along with an outstanding product line. Our service will not be beat! He wants to be a part of Southern Oregon and contribute to the fast growing valley we live in. He strives to be a friendly face of the community. Customer service is his number one priority!|
Danny has three thriving businesses based out of Central Point: Quality Tree Service, Inc., Affordable Lawn Care, LLC and Acrey Properties, LLC. This is his vision for his own businesses and will be no different for American Lumber.
Danny was born and raised in Southern Oregon and graduated from Eagle Point High School in 2001. He is a Central Point resident, along with his wife of 13 years, and two children. Danny is passionate about spending time with his family, coaching his kids sports and traveling. His favorite past time is playing basketball and bow hunting.
Bob Crews- Owner
American Lumber is the dream of Jacob Crews. This dream led to opening the doors of American Lumber LLC on May 10th 2002, in a partnership with Bob Crews and Kent Gutches. American Lumber moved to 6800 Crater Lake Hwy in 2012 and bought out Kent in 2013, forming a 50/50 partnership with Bob and Jake. Jake continued the great services that American Lumber provided the community and ensured outstanding customer relations within this business. Jacob passed away on June 13th 2016, creating obvious changes in operations. In January of 2018, Bob purchased 100% from Jake’s estate. Towards the end of 2018, Danny Acrey, a friend of Jake’s, approached Bob after seeing the opportunity to bring Jake’s game plan back into play. Danny soon got tagged with the make-it-happen job and joined 50% ownership along with Bob Crews. In doing so, he hired Mikalah Wilson as operations coordinator/ office manager. American Lumber is now off and flying again .
Bob Crews grew up in Grants Pass, surrounded by a family of sawmill and logging operation owners. Bob graduated from Grants Pass High School in 1965. After high school he went into the Military, which included 23 months in Viet Nam as a heavy equipment operator. He worked with Naval Mobile Construction Battalions #4 & #10. Post Military service, Bob had all the drive in the world to attend college to higher his education. He attended “SOC” Ashland and “OTI” Klamath Falls from 1969 thru 1972.In Bob’s working career he has managed a farm in Australia, driven log trucks, hauled lumber and worked with building materials. He was a production manager in a re-manufacturing plant and new home construction. Eventually he found himself actively working as a commissioned lumber trader with Western Lumber and has been doing that since 1992. Bob married Carolyn Crews in 1975. They have two sons, Josh and Jake. Most of the leisure time is spent traveling with his wife, golfing, fishing, hunting and hanging out with his five grand kids.