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C o m p l i m e n t a r y : P l e a s e Ta k e O n e

South Hill Business Spotlight Fall 2020


CONTENTS 03. LOCAL AGENCIES AND INFORMATION 04. NEXTHOME CELEBRATES ONE YEAR IN BRACEY 06. DREAM KRETE 07. BUILD ON EXPERIENCE WITH LORENE BUILDING SUPPLY 08. FIRST CHRISTIAN SCHOOL 09. VCU HEALTH 12. LOS BANDIDOS: A COMMUNITY STAPLE 14. ROUTE 58 SHEDS 15. COMMONWEALTH EXTERMINATORS, INC: 35 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE PROVIDING THE BEST 16. SOUTH HILL AUTO PARTS 17. SOUTH HILL AUTO GLASS: A THIRTY-YEAR STAPLE IN THE COMMUNITY 18. G&E TIRE: ONE STOP TIRE SERVICE 19. VICTORY LANE BODY SHOP 20. PARKER OIL: A STAPLE IN THE COMMUNITY 21. SOUTH HILL AUTO PARTS 22. SOUTH HILL VISITORS MAP

PRESIDENT Richard Ingram PUBLISHER Chad B. Harrison

PRESIDENT Richard I. IngramMary Beth Wellborn DEPUTY DIR. OF OPERATIONS PUBLISHER Chad B. Harrison LAYOUT Jess Ingram DEPUTY DIR. OF OPERATIONS AD GRAPHICS Jasmaine Motley Mary Beth Wellborn CREATIVE DIRECTOR Jess Heather IngramAbbott REGIONAL SALES MANAGER ASST. MARKETING AD SALES Ashley Gee DIRECTOR Rachel Nanney REGIONAL EDITORIAL Alina SALES Moody, MANAGER Jami Snead Heather Abbott

www.southhillenterprise.com P.O. Box 60 GRAPHIC DESIGN Jasmaine Motley, Susan Lambert, W. Danville Amanda Meadows,914 Lizbeth Nauta Street South Hill, VA 23970 SALES Tommie Jo Walker, Darian Liles, Emilie Bennett, Lisa Wells, Debra Ferrell, Randy Velvin (434) 447-3178 EDITORIAL Lanie Davis, Jeremy Moser, Elias Weiss, editor@southhillenterprise.com William Seidel, C.E. Adams, Victoria Remley, Dale Edwards, ©2020 South Hill Enterprise Adam Powell, Debra Ferrell, Kellen Holtzman, Luci Weldon, TammyGetting Dunn, Christopher To Know South FinleyHill • Volume 19 Issue 1


LOCAL AGENCIES AND INFORMATION FIRST RESPONDERS In Case of Emergency South Hill Police Department Virginia State Police Area 22 Office South Hill Volunteer Fire Department Southside Rescue Squad Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office

Dial 911 (434) 447-3104 (434) 447-4121 (434) 447-8227 (434) 447-5038 (434) 738-6171

HOSPITAL VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital

(434) 447-3151

SCHOOLS South Hill Elementary School Park View Middle School Park View High School First Christian School

(434) 447-8134 (434) 447-3761 (434) 447-3435 (434) 447-2634

LOCAL GOVERNMENT Town of South Hill South Hill Chamber of Commerce Mecklenburg County

(434) 447-3191 (434) 447-4547 (434) 738-6191

RECREATION R.T. Arnold Library Colonial Center for the Performing Arts Train Museum Tobacoo Farm Life Museum

(434) 447-8162 (434) 262-4170 (434) 447-4547 (434) 447-4547

PARKS Parker Park Sports Complex Centennial Park & Ampitheatre

INDUSTRIAL PARKS Northside Industrial Park, Interstate Industrial Park, South Hill Industrial Park, Hillcrest Industrial Park


NextHome Celebrates One Year in Bracey By Jami Snead

The NextHome name is representative of what they do and how they help people buy and sell properties. “It speaks to our industry, our careers and our passion and that is representative of the steps and transitional moments experienced by clients and the community. We are dedicated to giving our clients the best service and success when they sell and buy their next home.” Based out of California, NextHome has been rapidly growing and expanding through the country in the five years that they have been in business. “On a conference call that we had last week, they said that NextHome is now one of the

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top ten realty groups in the nation,” said Realtor and Bracey branch Owner, Dora Smith. “I joined NextHome because it is more people oriented. Their slogan is #humansoverhouses so it’s pretty neat.” The company also has its own mascot, a French bulldog named Luke. “Our friend, companion and mascot. When Luke is not out in the field and enticing people to tour new homes for sale or playing with neighborhood kids, you can find him relaxing at home with his favorite book. Luke is an avid supporter of homeownership opportunities, financial security, green living and personalized lifestyle.” A Luke sign is placed


in the yard of every property that is listed by NextHome and has proven to be a lot of fun for kids. “If a kid calls and wants to take him home with them, we will bring them a stuffed Luke. We get Luke in the house which gets NextHome in the house.” One guarantee coming out of the Bracey branch is experience and knowledge of the real estate market. Margaret Baron has been with the company since the beginning and serves as the Office Manager. Kim Wallace has been working for the branch since the opening one year ago. “Kim and I worked together at Century 21 Clary and Associates in South Hill for about 10 years. We were able to get back together again and start our own company here,” said Dora. Mrs. Smith and her husband Mike are the owners of the business and Dora herself holds the title of Broker in charge. She gained a lot of her knowledge from local real estate heavyweight, Jean Clary Bagley, during her time with Century 21. “I’ve been in real estate for about 17 years and when I started out, I wanted to get as much knowledge and experience that I could from working with Jean.” Mike Gregory is the newest edition to the NextHome team having been employed there just one week. Mike serves as the Coordinator for Land and Lake Land in Virginia and North Carolina and spent eight of his 19 years in real estate selling waterfront properties in both states. “I’m excited to be here. This is my new home or my NextHome I should say,” he laughed. Originally from Emporia, Va., Mike now lives in Lake Gaston with his wife and enjoys spending his time hunting, fishing, and being with his four grandchildren. “I like working with people and I’m excited to be in this area.” Despite this year’s pandemic and only being in business for a few months before it began, Dora and her team have managed to nearly meet all of their expectations. “I set expectations pretty high. I’m a bit of an over achiever but we are very close to meeting our expectations this year.” She continued, “It’s just worked out and we’re excited about the location here in Bracey. We are licensed in both North Carolina and Virginia and we want to help people.” Be on the look out for an upcoming open house in spring of next year. The business office is located at 3464 Hwy 903 in Bracey. You can reach Dora and her team at 434-636-6398 or visit their website www.NextHome1stChoice.com and be sure to keep an eye out for their mascot, Luke, in your area.•

Your 1st Choice in Real Estate Since 2019

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Serving Lake Gaston, Kerr Lake and Surrounding Areas of North Carolina and Virginia

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DREAM KRETE

Submitted By Dream Krete

Dreamkrete is a local, family owned and operated decorative concrete supplier and installer recently relocated from Chesterfield County to beautiful Southside Virginia at 34 Piney Pond Rd. Brodnax, VA 23920. Along with this new location they have a location in Fort Worth, Texas and are proud to announce the soon to open Tampa, Florida location. Dreamkrete offers supplies and services for all facets of decorative concrete as well as training and consulting. Their national representatives, comprised of master craftsman of the trade, are experienced and eager to help decorative concrete contractors and projects be a success. Dreamkrete’s owners, Danielle and Jeremy Wilkerson, will also be moving to the area in spring of 2021 and look forward to being an integral part of the community. Their roots run deep here. Jeremy grew up near Kenbridge, Virginia and both have had and still have numerous family members that live and raise their families in the area. They, as well as their team, are extremely excited to be back “home” and look forward to what the future has in store here. Jeremy and Danielle both say, “ We can’t wait to serve Southside Virginia and Northern North Carolina! We LOVE what we do and want to share our knowledge, experience and enthusiasm for our craft with all who’d like to learn. Whether we’re meeting with or training contractors or creating unique projects with our customers we take our craft very seriously. We want to give them the best experience decorative concrete has to offer. If our customers are happy our industry grows and growing our industry is what we hold dear to our hearts. It is our goal that one day Southside Virginia is the home of the nation’s first and finest decorative concrete trade academy.” The installation team at Dreamkrete has well over 30 years of combined experience and are ready to help your decorative concrete dreams come true. Jeremy, Roy and the Krew have been recognized as industry leaders and have even been awarded honors from The American Society of Concrete Contractors for their achievements in polished concrete. Jeremy has served on the board of supervisors for The Concrete Polishing Council and been honored to have written numerous articles for multiple media outlets about decorative concrete such as Concrete Decor Magazine. Their drive and passion for their business shines in every project, big or small.

They refer to their customers as family. Once you’ve received the Dreamkrete experience you’ll know they mean every word of that and will strive to make you a “family member” for life. Whether you are a seasoned vet in the industry, first timer looking to learn a new skill, a home or business owner or project supervisor they pride themselves in giving you the best experience, advice, products or service to make your project a dream, pun intended. Please help us welcome the Dreamkrete team to the area. Stop by and see them if you’re in the area. Store hours are 9-5 Monday through Friday or by appointment. You can also call, email or find them on Facebook at 804-745-4700; option 1 for VA, service@ dreamkrete.com or search Dreamkrete Decorative Concrete Supply. Their website is www.dreamkrete.com. They are always willing to help and look forward from hearing from you today! •

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Build On Experience With

LORENE BUILDING SUPPLY

By Jami Snead

Since 1971, Lorene Building Supply has been providing topquality products and friendly, knowledgeable service to customers across Southern Virginia and Northern North Carolina. Located at 38475 Highway 58 in LaCrosse near the South Hill- LaCrosse town limits, Lorene Building Supply is convenient to Interstate 85 and offers a spacious showroom filled with name brand products that customers have come to know and trust for all building projects, whether small or large. At Lorene Building Supply, owner Gregg Harper, outside sales associate David Snead and inside sales associates, Darell Barnes and David Kidd, bring more than 75 years combined experience in the building supply industry, with an end result that ensures that all customers, from the seasoned home builder to the start-up handyman or woman, can rest assured that any questions or concerns will be addressed with the best interest of the customer in mind. “Our goal is to ensure that everyone who comes to Lorene Building Supply receives the same police and helpful service, regardless of the size of their building project,” said Harper. “We also understand that not everyone is a ‘handyman’, and we will do everything we can do to make sure our customers leave with a full understanding of what is required to complete their project, and we will gladly offer any helpful tips to ensure a positive buying and bullied experience from start to finish.” In addition, Harper said that he encourages all potential builders large or small to compare prices before buying. “There is a misconception sometimes that because a building supply store is locally owned rather than part of a larger chain of stores, that prices are going to be higher,” said Harper. “That is simply not true. We endeavor to offer competitive prices and are in many instances able to offer the lowest price on a given product. If we can’t match or beat a price, and if we don’t have what you are looking for we will find out who does have it.” Lorene Building Supply also provides “blueprint takeoffs”, meaning that anyone planning a building project can bring the blueprints in to Lorene, where Harper and his staff will then create an itemized materials list for customers in order to give them a full understanding of what is needed, including costs for

each material. Lorene Building Supply offers free delivery, and the friendly staff will load all materials for customers wishing to haul their own purchases. Open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Lorene Building Supply can be reached by calling 434-7574400 or toll free at 1-877-989-4400. The fax number is 434757-4628. Visit their website at www.lorenebuildingsupply.com. As an added bonus, customers can now enjoy the convenience of shopping at South Hill Paint Store, which adjoins Lorene. Dwayne and Lisa Gwaltney invite customers to visit the paint store Monday through Friday between 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.•

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Building Materials Of All Types

38475 Highway 58 La Crosse, VA 23950

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FIRST CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

Submitted By First Christian School First Christian School in South Hill, Virginia, was established in 1998 as a safe place for students to develop excellence in academics as well as learn Christian values. The mission of First Christian School is to provide a structured, high quality education based upon Christian principles and values. We currently offer opportunities for children from two years of age through 5th grade.  The quality education that our students receive is expanded upon by the many learning opportunities provided by our music teacher, physical education teacher, and art teacher, all of which add to a well-rounded learning experience. First Christian School is proud to provide a nurturing environment that builds upon the positive experiences that our students receive in their homes. In order to support our children in their endeavor to become productive citizens, our expectations for achievement and behavior are high. 8 SOUTH HILL 2020


PRESCHOOL Our First Christian Preschool program is designed to enhance each child’s cognitive, language, social, emotional, physical and creative development at a level that is appropriate for your child’s age. Through our daily schedule, each child will be exposed to a variety of opportunities such as personal interaction skills, problem solving skills, and learning concepts through hands-on experiences.  Children will also be encouraged to learn through solitary play as well as large and small group activities.  We feel that parents and teachers should work together as partners to enhance your child’s development. Spiritual growth is also an important aspect of our program. Chapel, bible stories, and daily devotions are included in our preschool schedule.

Students may stay until 6:00 pm for afterschool care. First Christian students are walked to SonShine Station.  Students from South Hill Elementary and Park View Middle Schools ride the school bus to SonShine Station. In the afterschool program, students receive a snack upon arrival. Homework help is available for the students. Summer Day camps are provided during the summer.  Summer SonShine Station is provided for First Christian preschool students and for students Kindergarten through Eighth grade from First Christian and the local community.  Each week has a different theme and activities will be centered on the weekly theme.•

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL First Christian’s Elementary School uses the A BEKA BOOK Christian Academic and Bible Curriculums. First Christian School’s goal is to provide “Academic Excellence and Christian Values.” Our experienced teachers and small class sizes allow our teachers to provide individual and small group instruction.  There is an important focus on Reading instruction.  The A BEKA curriculum focuses on Phonics.  First Christian School’s Accelerated Reader Program encourages a love of reading and rewards students for meeting reading goals.  Students at the elementary level also have classes in Music, Art, Physical Education, and Library.  Students also have a Bible class that uses curriculum from Positive Actions for Christ.

SONSHINE STATION SonShine Station provides before and after school care for First Christian students and students in theww local community.  Students may arrive at 6:30 am.  First Christian School students are escorted to class.  Students who attend South Hill Elementary and Park View Middle School are picked up by a school bus.  

Academic Excellence, Christian Values 414 N. Mecklenburg Ave South Hill, VA www.fcssh.org Ebaird@fcssh.org 434-447-2634

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VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital’s new facility opened its doors to the public on November 11, 2017. With the opening of the brand new state-of-theart hospital also came the opening of the Garland Birthing Center where expecting moms could deliver locally, which had not been available since 2012. The 166,700 square foot technologicallytechnologicallyadvanced hospital features 70 private patient rooms, three operating room suites, a cesarean section suite, and a 16-bay emergency department. The new VCU Health CMH also has a full complement of diagnostic services including x-ray, x-ray, MRI, CT, nuclear medicine, cardiac, vascular and pulmonary studies and has begun caring for patients using telemedicine in a variety of ways. VCU Health CMH achieved the recognition of Advanced Primary Stroke Stroke Center in 2016 and recently received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With With The Guidelines® T Target: arget: Stroke Honor Roll Elite Plus Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award. Adjacent to the new hospital is the C.A.R.E. Building. The name C.A.R.E. reflects the services offered in the new building: CMH Physician Services Clinics, Administration, Rehabilitation and Education. The 67,000 square foot, C.A.R.E Building houses the following physician practices and hospital services: CMH Cardiology Services; CMH Dermatology; CMH Family Dental Clinic, CMH Ear, Nose & Throat; CMH Family Care Center; CMH Neurology; CMH Orthopedic Service; CMH Pain Management Services; CMH Pulmonology Services; CMH Surgical Services; CMH Urological Services; CMH Women’s Health Services; Administration; Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab; Education Center; Human Resources; and Health Information Management. VCU Health CMH also has two primary care clinics to help meet patient needs. The Clarksville Primary Care Center is located at 61 Burlington Drive in Clarksville and Dr. Kirk Hasenmueller has been serving that community for more than five years. Dr. Charles Nwaokocha and nurse practitioner Jenea Bennett-Talley care for patients at the Chase City Primary Care Center at 200 Fifth Street. VCU Health CMH also specializes in cancer care in partnership with VCU Massey Cancer Center. With the area’s only radiation therapy in Southern Virginia, the Solari Radiation Therapy Center located inside the Hendrick Cancer and Rehab Center, provides both medical and radiation oncology services with the most advanced technology including the Rapid Arc and CT Simulator. VCU Health CMH is located at 1755 North Mecklenburg Avenue, South Hill, VA. The hospital cares for patients in Southside Virginia and Northern North Carolina and has been doing so since 1954. CMH also runs the Hundley Center, a 140-bed nursing facility that provides a variety of short-term and long-term care options for area residents. 10 SOUTH HILL 2020 (Photo provided by Judy Davis/Hoachlander Davis Photography)


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The name reflects the services offered in this comprehensive medical center. The C.A.R.E. Building, adjacent to VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital, is home to a wide variety of physician practices and offers convenient access to primary care and specialty physicians. CMH Cardiology Services

Bethany Denlinger, MD Jayanthi Koneru, MD M. Khalid Mojadidi MD Cardiologist Cardiologist Cardiologist Electrophysiologist

CMH Family Dental Care

CMH Dermatology

Natasha Grover, DDS Dentist

Jade Kindley, MD Dermatologist

Nimesh Patel, MD Cardiologist

Kelly Barbour, MD IM/Pediatrician

CMH Pain Management Services

Manhal Saleeby, MD Anesthesiologist Pain Management

Peggie Powell Nurse Practitioner

CMH Urological Services

Stephen Ortlip, MD Urologist

John Pearson, MD Urologist

Binyam Dessie, MD Pediatrician

Saleem Naviwala, MD Otolaryngologist / ENT

Lynnette Reville Audiologist

CMH Orthopedic Services

CMH Family Care Services

Ahmad Jafar Ali, MD Family Medicine

CMH ENT & Allergy Services

Steven Foster, DO Family Medicine

Teresa Parham Nurse Practitioner

Mari Adams Physician Assistant

Khalid Hasan, MD Orhopedic Surgeon

CMH Women’s Health Services

CMH Surgical Services

Desiderio Rimon, MD General Surgeon

Michael Tozzi, DO General Surgeon

CMH Neurological Services

Yasir Al-Khalili, MD Neurologist

Vicky Kennedy Sreenvasulu Metikala, MD Madan Vallem, MD Orthopedic Nurse Practitioner Orthopedic Surgeon Surgeon

Yi Wei Zhang, MD General Surgeon

Darrell Brown, Jr., MD Ramesh Seeras, MD OB / GYN OB / GYN

Indu Shivaram, MD Pulmonologist

Terry Wootten Nurse-Midwife

Off Campus Locations

CMH Pulmonology Services

Amy Hobbs, FNP-C Nurse Practitioner

Katie Vemireddy OB / GYN

Jenea Bennett-Talley Nurse Practitioner Chase City Primary

Charles Nwoakocha, MD Kirk Hasenmueller, MD Family Medicine Internal Medicine Clarksville Family Chase City Primary

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LOS BANDIDOS: A COMMUNITY STAPLE By Alina Moody

Community members in Clarksville have taken quite a shine to the Los Bandidos Mexican restaurant. Citizens of Clarksville and the surrounding towns in Mecklenburg County have been celebrating everything from bridal showers, to birthdays, to ball game wins by heading on over to the local restaurant. The owner says his aim for the restaurant is to offer comfort and a hometown feel for everyone in the area. He encourages customers to try something new when they’re there; be sure to change out your usual once in a while and try one of the sizzling beef dishes or a packed to bursting burrito! The atmosphere in the restaurant is always sizzling just like some of their signature dishes that come out on hot plates. The staff is always kind and Los Bandidos is the perfect spot in Clarksville to relax and enjoy yourself for a small moment in time. They usually have both indoor and outdoor seating available, but the pandemic has put them at 50% operating space. However, you can always order something to-go and enjoy it in the comfort of your own home. Los Bandidos boasts a well-earned 4 and a half stars out of 5 on both Yelp and Facebook reviews. Customers agree that the food is well-prepared and always tasty and filling. They also comment that service is top-notch with a low price-point to boot. A menu can be found on their website at www.losbandidosva. com (the Clarksville location of course) or on their Facebook Page at Los Bandidos Mexican Restaurant. Their current hours of opera12 SOUTH HILL 2020

tion are Monday through Sunday from 11:00a.m. to 8:30p.m. They are located at 7331 Highway 58 West in Clarksville. Customers can call them at (434) 374-2707.•

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Downtown South Hill, VA

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By Alina Moody

Eldon Summy and his family moved to Brunswick County from Madison County in April of 2017. Eldon opened Route 58 Sheds about a month later, in May 2017. He has been working at Route 58 Sheds since, providing quality sheds, kennels, and the like for the South Hill community. Eldon began working as a driver for Capitol Sheds in Ruckersville thirteen years ago. Capitol Sheds served the Northern Virginia area. Three and a half years ago, he began to work sales with Old Hickory Builds in South Hill; Eldon boasts over 15 years of experience in the field. Route 58 Sheds stocks high quality storage buildings in addition to dog kennels, chicken coops, gazebos, utility sheds, garages, lofted barns and carports. Eldon added that recently Route 58 Sheds has begun to sell insulated steel containers. These types of containers are wired and have lights; they can serve several uses such as an office space or a bunk house. While at work, Eldon enjoys his interactions with customers the most. He also appreciates being able to help his customers, and finding them the best product to suit their needs. When asked what he does outside of work, Eldon said he, “enjoy[s] outdoor activities like hiking, kayaking, and picnicking.” He seems to be an all-around outdoorsman that knows what differentiates a good product from a subpar one. Route 58 Sheds’ current hours are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 10:00a.m. to 5:00p.m., Saturdays from 10:30a.m. to 3:30p.m., and completely closed on both Sundays

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and Tuesdays. Customers can always contact Eldon at (540) 360-5262 or email him at route58sheds@gmail.com. The store is located at 1250 East Atlantic Street (Highway 58), South Hill, VA 23950. They also post some of their newer products on their Facebook page at Route 58 Sheds.•

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1208 E. Atlantic Street South Hill, VA 23970 route58sheds@gmail.com

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COMMONWEALTH EXTERMINATORS, INC:

35 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE PROVIDING THE BEST By Alina Moody

Commonwealth Exterminators, Inc. was started in 1982 by Rodney Elmore. Elmore said the business began, “as a one-man operation serving both Central and Southside Virginia. Since then, it has evolved into a three-generation family business serving both Virginia and North Carolina.” In July of 2011, the business was recognized by PCT Magazine as a “Top 25 Companies to Watch”. The company also takes pride in being a Quality Pro Certified Company, the first in the area. This certification verifies to customers that all the staff has been through extensive background checks, drug testing, and have safe driving records. Rodney says what he enjoys most about the job is working with people; he enjoys being able to, “help people solve problems in their own homes and businesses.” He also adds that he, “enjoy[s] the family culture we have created here over the years. While we are truly a family-owned and operated business, even those who work with us who are not blood related are considered family.” The Commonwealth Exterminators, Inc. team is filled with staff members who work for the community both on the job and off. Elmore’s son Ricky is the current Chief of Lake Gaston’s Volunteer Fire Department, his grandson Austin is Lieutenant, and two of his other top workers serve in officer positions as well. His daughter Rhonda is active on the Mecklenburg County Cancer Association board, and is additionally finishing her term as President of Virginia Pest Management Association next month. The Elmores and staff are all heavily involved in the community they serve. Of his team, Rodney shares that, “everyone’s commitment to their Pictured (L to R): Ricky Elmore, Rhonda Elmore, Rodney Elmore

community and volunteerism is directly aligned with our values and company culture, and that makes me very proud.” At the moment, Rodney’s duties lie in being available to the staff members as well as customers when needed. He has been making an effort to step back and let his children, Rhonda and Ricky, take the reins to guide the company towards they vision for it. Commonwealth Exterminators, Inc.’s business hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. The shop is located at 2070 Lawrencville Plank Road. Customers can reach them at (434) 848-9800 or online at www.pestfreelkg.com.•

434-848-9800

“Serving All of Southside Virginia & Lake Country” Proud to be named one of 25 Pest Control “Companies to Watch” in the U.S. by PCT Magazine

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SOUTH HILL

By Jami Snead

That’s why I try to cater to the farmers and the loggers and not just the garages. If you come in here, I want to be able to sell you anything from battery to go in your car to a garden hose, or a straw hat to work in you garden with, I mean whatever you need, “ he laughs. “I can help with parts for a home tractor, or a farm tractor, or a skidder. I could find parts for their bush hog, or that 1973 model Ford that they are trying to restore.” He continues, “I have that knowledge where I can help them get what they need. Do you know how hard it is to find a set of points in the town? Points are ignitions pre 1974. We do.” Shane is working with a new staff member, Lindsey, who wants to give the parts world a try. “We’re going to give you a fair price and we’re going to have a smile on our face when you walk in the door. Just give us a chance is all anybody could ask. “You can visit Shane or Lindsey at the store located at 639 West Danville Street in South Hill Monday through Friday from 7 a.m.- 6 p.m. or Saturday from 7 a.m. to noon. Call 434-584-9703 to speak with them or check out South Hill Auto Parts on Facebook.• South Hill Auto Parts has been part of the local community for five years now. You can find their store just downtown across the street from Taylor Insurance. Shane, the store’s manager, has been in the auto parts world for at least 28 years and has been running South Hill Auto Parts since it opened. “We as a business don’t cater to just auto motive’s. I look for the farmers, the loggers, just the everyday person,” Shane explains. Where a lot of stores usually have an angle but South Hill Auto does not favor just one brand. The store also makes their Parker brand hydraulic hoses. “All my parts are name brand. I carry the BCA’s, the Wix filter line, and Moog parts. We don’t have I guess what you call franchise parts. I’m not going to pay extra for them to put my name on it because then I’d have to charge more,” says Shane. He aims to be fair with the prices and to interact with the customers and get to know them. “I don’t just know my customers names. I know the child’s and their grandchild’s name because I’ve been rooted in so long. I can call them by name when they walk in the door.” South Hill Auto Parts is a locally owned store in a small town and Shane is proud to cater to the average guy. “I’ve always considered the ‘mom and pop shop’ I guess you could say a sort of a dying breed because the franchises are just taking over.

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SOUTH HILL

AUTO GLASS

A THIRTY-YEAR STAPLE IN THE COMMUNITY By Jami Snead

South Hill Auto Glass has been serving the glass needs of the Southside community for thirty-two years. Owner and operator, Wanda Crickenberger, and her team, which includes her husband, Michael, and her son, Mike, work hard to assure the best customer service and quality products. Despite the business name, the store offers a wide variety of commercial service options from auto glass installation to store front windows installation. On the residential end they install shower enclosures, mirrors, vinyl replacement windows and much more. “Shower enclosures have really taken off for us,” said Crickenberger. South Hill Auto Glass prides itself on giving their customers quality service at an affordable price. “A lot of people will come in and ask if we do military discounts or senior citizens discounts and I tell them that we give everyone the same discount with by offering the fairest and lowest possible price.” The business has long been involved in the community as members of the South Hill Chamber of Commerce. They have also sponsored a Dixie youth softball team for almost as long as they have been open. Many young girls in this area can recall their time on the purple “SHAG” team. The company is no stranger to giving back as they do yearly donations to local churches, schools, and area first responders. Wanda and her husband Michael live in LaCrosse and have three children; Mike, Amanda, and Heather. They are also the proud grandparents to seven grandchildren. “We have evolved beyond auto glass repair into all of these other things because there has been a demand for it. The community needs those new kinds of services that we now offer. So we just try to do all that we can to supply the needs of the community. Whatever glass needs that people may have.”•

SOUTH HILL Auto GlAss

AUTO • RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL

Wanda Crickenberger, Owner Over 30 Years Experience

Auto Glass Installed • Plate Glass Mirrors • Insulated Glass • Storm Windows Vinyl Replacement Windows Lexan - Acrylic • Shower Enclosures

434-447-4643 1023 W. Danville Street South Hill, VA 23970

2020 BUSINESS SP OTLIGHT 17


G&E TIRE ONE STOP TIRE SERVICE

G & E Tire Center G & E Tire Center G & E Tire Center G & E Tire Center G &G E Tire &G&E EG&E TireCenter Center Tire Center Tire Center By Jami Snead

G & E Tire Center, Inc., located at 1217 West Danville Street in South Hill, has been proudly serving the community’s tire needs since 1955. Opened by Bascom B. Evans by his sons, Benji Evans, who serves as company president, in 1975 and James Evans, who serves as company vice president, in 1982, G & E Tire remains a family owned and operated business. “We offer fast and friendly service at a good price,” Benji Evans said. The full service tire center offers a full array of tire sales and services, offering tires in all sizes from Michelin, Uniroyal, BF * Category SAEJ1269 J1269 rolling industryindustry practice. practice. Goodrich, Bridgestone and Firestone. The center also offers * Category testingtesting basedbased on on SAE rollingresistance resistance * Category testing based on SAE J1269 rolling resistance industry practice. practice. used tires, subject to availability. * Category testing based on SAE J1269 rolling resistance industry * Category testing based on SAE J1269 rolling resistance industry practice. practice. The local business offers full roadside service and a State * Category testing based on SAE J1269 rolling resistance industry Inspection Station as well, in addition to performing front-end alignments, making G & E a one-stop tire service destination. G & E’s employees have a combined total of more than 160 years experience and are ready to assist you with all of your tire needs. Experience mostfuel-efficient fuel-efficient Experience thethe most G & E Tire Center is a proud member of the South Hill line of tires on the road and line of tires on the road and Chamber of Commerce. exceptional long-lasting enjoy enjoy exceptional long-lasting For more information, stop by their West Danville Street performance with Michelin. performance with Michelin. location Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Saturday from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. or give them a call at 434-447-3550.•

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VICTORY LANE BODY SHOP By Jami Snead

Chad and Diane Fuller own and operate Victory Lane Body Shop, located at 604 Plank Rd., and strive to provide the best customer service. Chad and Diane bring years of experience to the auto body repair business. Chad received his first business license in July 1999 and moved to the current location in January 2001. “If you are serious about receiving quality work, winners go to Victory Lane,” said Chad. “Owning the business gives us more contact with the customers. If there is a problem, there is no shop manager to complain to who has to talk to his boss. You either talk to Diane or me, that’s it. There is a very short chain of command.” Chad said the business specializes is all types of body repair for any make or model, which includes paint, body work, chassis alignment and anything else related to damage from a collision. Free written estimates are available, and insurance claims are welcome. Victory Lane also performs custom paint and bodywork. “We do try to go the extra distance to provide quality service,” Chad said, noting that statement might mean giving a customer a ride home or to work while repairs are underway, or helping out in any other way they can. Anything to get the keys back into customer’s hands, which Chad said is his favorite part of the job. Meanwhile, Diane handles the bookkeeping and scheduling but also enjoys working in the shop area too. While the shop is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Fullers seldom stick to that schedule. “People come by after work and want an estimate,” Chad said. “You have to work with the customers. We have been here until around 10 p.m., so we will do whatever it takes to satisfy the customer. Customer service is the key.” When they’re not helping customers overcome vehicle issues and accidents, the Fullers cater to the needs of a large and lively family that includes their children, Lilly, 17; Johnny, 12; and Jessica, 12. For more information about Victory Lane and its services, call (434) 447-8689 or their cell number at (434) 917-3625.•

Victory Lane Body Shop Chad & Diane Fuller

Locally Owned & Operated Since 2000

• Custom Paint & Body Work • Unibody Frame Alignment • Glass Replacement • Insurance Claims Welcome • All Makes and Models • Towing Service

“No job too small or too large”

434 447-8689 Cell 434 917-3625 604 Plank Rd., South Hill, VA

2020 BUSINESS SP OTLIGHT 19


Parker Oil A staple in the community By Jami Snead

Parker Oil Company was founded in late 1934 from Simmons Oil Company in Union Level and was a distributor for Cities Service Oils. At the death of W.L. Simmons, Lewis W. Parker, Sr. bought Simmons’ interest in the company, and it then became Parker Oil Company but retained the Simmons name to be used for the truck terminals. Parker Oil Company was incorporated on September 27, 1935. The first Simmons Terminal was constructed in 1937, at the current location of the corporate offices and was known as one of the best truck stops on U.S. 1 from Maine to Florida. The first customer of the truck stop was a driver from a trucking company located in South Carolina who was good friends with Mr. Parker. In 1939, the company became a distributor of products exclusively for Pure Oil Company. A new truck stop on U.S. 301 in Emporia was constructed in 1941. Although the original building is no longer standing, the terminal was remodeled in 2008 and remains prominently located in the original location, serving Interstate 95 travelers as well as local customers. In 1947, in an effort to expand the business, Parker Oil purchased the assets of Lassiter Oil Company in Emporia to open its second bulk plant and extend its reach to customers further east. In 1949, a devastating fire destroyed the South Hill terminal, which housed the corporate offices. The business operated out of the much smaller Electric Sales and Service building located on the property until a new building could be constructed. By May of 1952, Parker Oil had purchased Murphy Oil Company, which was located in Lawrenceville, for its third plant. In 1958, Parker Oil expanded again, purchasing the assets of another Pure Oil dealer, R. M. Johnson Oil Company

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of Victoria. A third truck stop was added in 1954 to serve Route 360 travelers in Keysville. The original building no longer stands; however, the current terminal remains at the original location. The final truck stop to be constructed was in Bracey in 1965, along Interstate 85. Although it has been remodeled several times, the original building is still in use today. In August of 1970, Parker Oil Company purchased the assets of City Oil Company in Chase City. In 1975, the plant was moved from the original location in town to the old Coca Cola distribution building. Charlotte Oil Company, located in Charlotte Court House and owned by Harry Dixon, was acquitted in May of 1975. By 1978, concerns about supply restrictions and the increased demand for gasoline, diesel and kerosene brought the opportunity for Parker Oil to purchase its own fueling terminal, First Energy Corporation in Richmond, from Old Dominion Oil Company. This purchase lightened the burden and enabled the company to access petroleum products through pipeline, barges and trucks. First Energy remains a valuable distributor of diesel, kerosene, and bio diesel products for multiple distributors throughout Virginia, with a storage capacity of 18 million gallons. Parker Oil purchased the plant in Boykins from Humble Oil Company and H.O. Carlton in June of 1971 to expand the business further east. In 1980, Dinwiddie Oil Company of Dewitt became part of Parker Oil Company. This plant remained open in the early 1990’s, when the employees were transferred to the Lawrenceville office. Also in September 1980, the company bought Appomattox Oil Company of Petersburg with offices in


Petersburg and Colonial Heights. In July of 1986, Parker Oil Company continued its growth with the purchase of Hopewell Oil Company in Hopewell. In 1991, with one used propane bobtail truck and the installation of its first propane storage tank in South Hill, Parker Oil Company entered the propane distribution business. In September of 2005, Parker Oil purchased the heating oil assets of Angus I. Hines, Inc. Sentry Services, in Suffolk to further expand the business once again. In November of 2006, Parker Oil purchased Crossroads Oil Company in Franklin. The company acquired the assets of Roy C. Jenkins Petroleum Company in June 2009. Included with the purchase were three plants located in Burkeville, Farmville, and Dillwyn. From its humble beginnings in the small town of Union Level with one oil delivery truck and one transport, Parker Oil Company has become one of the premier petroleum and propane companies in Virginia. The vision of Lewis W. Parker Sr. to build a successful business is still alive today with over 200 employee-owners. With their continued commitment to quality and service, one can only imagine what the next 75 years will bring.•

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(434) 447-3146

South Hill, VA 23970

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(434) 447-3146

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