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2022 Company Picnic

Some of our staff...

Emanuel King, Owner

EmanuelEmanuel started Hill View Mini Barns in 1999 shortly after getting married and moving to Maine. Over the years he has built the business from a sole (and soulmate) operation to about 50 employees, 5 sales locations, and many display locations. At the start he worked out of a garage that could barely fit one large building. He can be found in the shop advising the crew, in the office doing sales, or on the road picking up materials or talking to customers.

Randy Weaver, VP of Operations

RandyRandy works out of the Etna office. He spends a good deal of his time working on the day to day operations of the business.

He may be working between the shop and customer to answer questions, or behind the scenes keeping the business organizes. Randy may also be found filling in doing sales when things get busy.

He has worked for Hill View Mini Barns for well over 11 years and has a great understanding of the products offered from small storage sheds to homes and modular barns.

Adam Barber

AdamAdam works doing sales out of the Holden sales location. He has extensive design, drafting, and engineering experience and is a valuable asset to have at Hill View Mini Barns.

Adam will be able to guide you in your purchase decision whether it's a small storage building or a log sided home. Over the past few years his knowledge of the log sided homes has grown to the point where he's our 'go-to' person for that product.

Collin Hill

CollinCollin started with Hill View Mini Barns right before the summer rush of 2017. With his previous trucking experience he had no trouble operating the different trucks and trailers that the company owns.

He has been driving trucks since he was about 10 years. He lives locally with his wife and two children. Collin also is involved with one of the local towns as a Firefighter. In his spare time he enjoys hunting and fishing.

On many occaissions customers that Collin delivers buildings to call or email with rave reviews. He's careful and thoughtful getting the buildings placed correctly.

Wendell Clemmer

Wendell Wendell moved to Maine in 2000 and started with Hill View Mini Barns in 2010. At first he did deliveries and sales in the Southern part of the state. Since then he's worked up to managing the sales offices in Lyman, Sabattus, and Gray. Before coming to Hill View Mini Barns, Wendell did carpentry, worked as a cook, and did customer service.

He's married with 6 children, 3 grandchildren, and soon to adopt a girl from Mexico. He enjoys quiet time with his wife and playing games with his children. As a new grandfather he loves spending time with his 3 grandsons. In his spare time, Wendell might be out in the Maine woods hunting and fishing.

Joshua Prowant

Jochua Joshua works at the front desk in Etna. He's survived the Maine winters after living in warmer climates. Over half of his life has been spent overseas. If you happen to be at the Etna office, you may be greeted with Joshua's cheery smile and likeable personality! He lives locally with his wife and 2 children. In his spare time he might be found reading a book. Another side passion is working in his garden growing tulips and other bulbs.

Nick Billington

Nick working out of the Etna office Nick came to us after 4 years doing data entry at a local bank. He works mainly at the Etna office were he does sales and other related tasks. Most of his life has been spent in the central Maine area where he currently lives with his 2 young children. Nick is a big Red Sox fan and loves to play softball and baseball. Also, he's a cornhole enthusiast and has made, handpainted, and sold many of them.

Brad Nell

Brad doing building sales in Lyman
Brad has been working at the Lyman office for the past 4 years. Selling buildings, taking care of the Lyman Lot and managing the local delivery schedule are all part of the day's work.

Prior to Hillview Brad was butcher/meat cutter and enjoys an occasional butchering event for a hobby.

Brad brings a strong background in construction and can help customers design a shed, garage, or horsebarn.

David Chenoweth

David doing sales from the Holden officeIf you're visiting the Holden office, you may meet David working at the front desk.
David has been living in the beautiful state of Maine for more than 12 years. Previously he worked as a Customer Service Representative with Heartland Payment Systems and was pastor of two local churches in Maine. He lives nearby with his wife and 5 active children(all boys!).
When he's not helping customers in Holden find their dream building, he can be found running, watching baseball, and spending time at and with his church. He also likes doing activities with his family including exploring State Parks.

Zach Nolt

Zach doing sales from the Gray officeZach works out of the Hill View Mini Barns Gray sales office. He enjoys working with customers and figuring out what type of building will best meet their needs and expectations. Zach, his wife and their 4 children have lived in downtown Lewiston for the past 8 years.

They have a passion for people and enjoy working with a local community center called The Root Cellar.

When warm weather hits, Zach and his kids can be found fishing on a local lake or river.

Mitch Weaver - Jobsite Foreman and Crew

Mitch and crewIf you purchase a stick built garage or a modular home, you're bound to see these hard workers at your place. We strive to maintain a crew that works well together and has fun at the same time. They may entertain you as they construct your project.

Many of the larger buildings get partially constructed in a warehouse, then loaded on the trailer for assembly at your site. This includes stick built garages, camps, log sided homes, and modular horse barns.

This photo should be called, "still smiling after a long day!".

Brendell Martin

Brendell, southern Maine truck driverBrendell handles a lot of the deliveries in southern Maine. He works between the Sabattus, Gray, and Lyman lots. If you live in the southern part of the state you may see him with trailer remote in hand carefully unloading your building. He may be new to Hill View Mini Barns but he's proven himself to be a great fit.