Edward E. Parker IV â€“ Chief Operating Officer - OwnerPrimary for Cranes and Rigging â€¢ Railcar Tie-downs â€¢ Welding â€¢ Alternate for Fabrication & Erection
Ed started working for Parker Rigging in 1989 as a welder, iron worker and rigger learning about the family business until 1993, when he enlisted in the United States Air Force. After four years of exemplary service, he received an Honorable Discharge and returned home in 97 and came back to Parker Rigging to resume his passion for cranes, rigging and steel.read more
Timothy L. Parker - Owner/President
Primary Contact for Steel Fabrication & Erection â€¢ Alternate for Railcar Tie-downs â€¢ Welding â€¢ Primary for Engineering
Tim has been with Parker Rigging since itâ€™s inception in 1982, when he started with the company as a crane operator. Later he was appointed to Supervisor of the Steel Erection and Fabrication divisions of the Company.
Dana Lynn Parker â€“ Chief Financial Officer - Risk ManagerPrimary for all Contracted Project Terms - A/R, A/P, HR, Insurance, Safety, and Risk Management.
Dana came to work at Parker Rigging in January of 2008. Prior to being hired as Parker Riggingâ€™s Office Manager she worked several years in the private sector as an assistant manager, bookkeeper, insurance agent, customer service representative, health, safety & environmental coordinator and a Facility Security Officer.read more
Jimmy Chestnut â€“ Crane & Rigging Division Manager
Primary for Crane & Rigging Services - Alternate for Crane and Rigging Projects
Jimmy has worked off & on for Parker Rigging since 1989 as a Crane Operator/Rigger - With the recent growth of our Crane and Rigging division, Jimmy was a welcome addition to our management team in March 2013. As a certified seasoned crane operator his experience and knowledge make him a true asset to the company.
Daniel Hatzenbuhler â€“ Project ManagerAlternate for Railcar Tie-downs, Welding, Fabrication and Steel Construction
Danny began working for Parker Rigging in 1989 after serving 11 years in the US Navy. He was first employed with the company as an Iron Worker/Welder and was quickly promoted Steel Erection Foreman and Fabrication Shop Supervisor.read more