Halliday Lumber named Chamber Business of the Month


Halliday Lumber has been chosen as the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce’s Business of The Month. Proud to be a part of Fayette County, the company was founded by Felix Halliday in 1948, this family-owned business began building farm equipment and animal shelters. In the late ’80s, the vision changed as his sons; Bill and John moved into the pallet business. Today, John and the third generation; Bill Halliday II and Sandy Patton continue to grow the company, manufacturing pallets, crate material, and dunnage for domestic and international shipping. Pictured: Kara McCormick (Dis-Tran Steel), Whitney Gentry (Adena), Debbie Bryant (United Way), Robyn Hadden (CH Manor/St. Catherine’s), Bill Halliday II (owner), John Halliday (owner), Sandy Patton (owner - not pictured), Ronda Turner (ERA Martin & Assoc), Jennifer Snyder (Destination Outlets), and Chelsie Baker (City of Washington Court House).

Halliday Lumber has been chosen as the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce’s Business of The Month. Proud to be a part of Fayette County, the company was founded by Felix Halliday in 1948, this family-owned business began building farm equipment and animal shelters. In the late ’80s, the vision changed as his sons; Bill and John moved into the pallet business. Today, John and the third generation; Bill Halliday II and Sandy Patton continue to grow the company, manufacturing pallets, crate material, and dunnage for domestic and international shipping. Pictured: Kara McCormick (Dis-Tran Steel), Whitney Gentry (Adena), Debbie Bryant (United Way), Robyn Hadden (CH Manor/St. Catherine’s), Bill Halliday II (owner), John Halliday (owner), Sandy Patton (owner - not pictured), Ronda Turner (ERA Martin & Assoc), Jennifer Snyder (Destination Outlets), and Chelsie Baker (City of Washington Court House).


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Halliday Lumber has been chosen as the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce’s Business of The Month. Proud to be a part of Fayette County, the company was founded by Felix Halliday in 1948, this family-owned business began building farm equipment and animal shelters. In the late ’80s, the vision changed as his sons; Bill and John moved into the pallet business. Today, John and the third generation; Bill Halliday II and Sandy Patton continue to grow the company, manufacturing pallets, crate material, and dunnage for domestic and international shipping. Pictured: Kara McCormick (Dis-Tran Steel), Whitney Gentry (Adena), Debbie Bryant (United Way), Robyn Hadden (CH Manor/St. Catherine’s), Bill Halliday II (owner), John Halliday (owner), Sandy Patton (owner – not pictured), Ronda Turner (ERA Martin & Assoc), Jennifer Snyder (Destination Outlets), and Chelsie Baker (City of Washington Court House).

Halliday Lumber has been chosen as the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce’s Business of The Month. Proud to be a part of Fayette County, the company was founded by Felix Halliday in 1948, this family-owned business began building farm equipment and animal shelters. In the late ’80s, the vision changed as his sons; Bill and John moved into the pallet business. Today, John and the third generation; Bill Halliday II and Sandy Patton continue to grow the company, manufacturing pallets, crate material, and dunnage for domestic and international shipping. Pictured: Kara McCormick (Dis-Tran Steel), Whitney Gentry (Adena), Debbie Bryant (United Way), Robyn Hadden (CH Manor/St. Catherine’s), Bill Halliday II (owner), John Halliday (owner), Sandy Patton (owner – not pictured), Ronda Turner (ERA Martin & Assoc), Jennifer Snyder (Destination Outlets), and Chelsie Baker (City of Washington Court House).
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/09/web1_BOM-Halliday-Lumber-sep-22-4-.jpgHalliday Lumber has been chosen as the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce’s Business of The Month. Proud to be a part of Fayette County, the company was founded by Felix Halliday in 1948, this family-owned business began building farm equipment and animal shelters. In the late ’80s, the vision changed as his sons; Bill and John moved into the pallet business. Today, John and the third generation; Bill Halliday II and Sandy Patton continue to grow the company, manufacturing pallets, crate material, and dunnage for domestic and international shipping. Pictured: Kara McCormick (Dis-Tran Steel), Whitney Gentry (Adena), Debbie Bryant (United Way), Robyn Hadden (CH Manor/St. Catherine’s), Bill Halliday II (owner), John Halliday (owner), Sandy Patton (owner – not pictured), Ronda Turner (ERA Martin & Assoc), Jennifer Snyder (Destination Outlets), and Chelsie Baker (City of Washington Court House). Courtesy photo