KSC Sales Inc. is a wholesale distributor of cabinet related products and has been serving British Columbia since 2004.
We strive to offer superior quality and excellent value products from reputable and reliable sources.
We fully understand the importance of highly trained staff and personalized customer service.
We have built our business on the concept of long term relationships with our customers and suppliers.
I seem to have been born in to this industry. While growing up, my grandfather owned a retail building supply store. He sold lumber, plywood, roofing, insulation, nails, hardware, flooring, as well as in-house manufacturing of wood windows and doors in their impressive millwork shop. I remember my grandfather’s stories of extending credit solely based on a face to face meeting with his potential customer.
My first jobs involved working at my parent’s stationary store and a family friend’s dairy farm. I started my first real job when I was 10 years old. I worked weekends and holidays at our local Windsor Plywood store. After graduating high school, I began work at McKillican Distribution where I worked for the next 17 years. In 2004 I decided it was time to leave and start my own business.
The business began with a very simple concept of doing business with “people” rather than “companies”…..as my grandfather would put it “doing business on a handshake”.
I have been working in the building supply industry since 1985 starting at Windsor Plywood in Courtenay, BC while in high school. After graduation I moved to Victoria and drove a truck for a couple of years before starting at McKillican Distribution where I stayed for the next 15 years before coming to KSC Sales in 2005. I have worked with Kevin since our early days at Windsor Plywood and we have had the benefit of some very long-term relationships with many of our customers, which is valued day in, and day out.
My wife, Jo-Anne, and I have been married since 1992 and we have three children, Adam, Kate, & Jack. I enjoy anything that gets me outside in the fresh air. My other passions include woodworking, guitar, hockey ( GO HABS ), and my motorcycle.
I enjoy what I do and like being part of something that people enjoy looking at in their home everyday!
Office administration seems to be my niche as I started working in the field before I graduated from high school as a Saturday receptionist. After graduating high school I found myself working for the provincial government. I worked my way up from an office assistant to an executive secretary and finally to an office manager.
I married my husband Chris in 1989, who was in the Canadian Forces, and we began moving around Canada. After being away a few years, we found ourselves back in Victoria with our two children, Christopher and Tyler. I chose to stay at home until our kids were in school and re-entered the work force in a part time administrative position at Victoria Specialty Hardware until joining KSC Sales full time.
I have enjoyed watching my children grow to become young adults, and the best thing they have taught me is to have patience and not sweat the little things. I have always believed that you should treat others the way you want to be treated and learn from your mistakes whether at work or in life’s lessons.
I recently retired from BC Assessment after working in the IT department for 37 years. I was happy to be given the opportunity to make this career change and join the KSC Sales Team. I have found this new experience very interesting. With the help of the KSC Sales Team it has been an interesting experience and I am really enjoying the challenge of learning all about the cabinet industry.
My wife Joanne and I were married in 1999. At the time of our marriage we had 5 teenage children between us Nicole, Danielle, Crystal, Brian, and Matt. We enjoyed our busy family life. Now that our children are grown and out of the home we have time to travel and enjoy time at our trailer up island.
I have always enjoyed sports and am a life long curler and golfer. I have recently taken up biking and I’m currently training for the cross border “Ride to Conquer Cancer”.