Meet Our Staff

For trusted and reliable service, hire Mr. Handyman of Kanawha Valley

  • Ashley Watson

    Office Manager

    Personable, knowledgeable and congenial, Mr. Handyman office manager Ashley Watson’s experience runs from her work desk, to your worksite. This daughter of a custom home builder has “measured twice and cut once” more times than she can count. Ashley says her years of merchandising, and managing offices big and small begins and ends with insuring your customer satisfaction from start to finish. And as a newlywed with a bouncing baby boy, Ashley is getting her “personal managing” down to a life-satisfying science.

  • Amber Binion

    Office Administrator

    She handles your Mr. Handyman financial accounts and activities – and keeps the companies timesheets, payroll and regular reports in order.  Bookkeeper Amber Binion says “crunching numbers just comes natural to me.”    With years of experience in keeping the business books organized, this local wife and mom also enjoys the happy challenges of getting her young daughter and son to dance lessons and Cub Scout meetings.

  • James Sullivan

    Service Technician

    James Sullivan carries the Mr. Handyman brand of a builder.  James brings extensive home construction experience to every job, big and small.  Is expertise highlights framing and structure with an intimate knowledge of decks and patios.  In his free time, when James isn’t outdoors boating or shooting, he’s rooting for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

  • Kevin Kershner

    Service Technician

    Kevin Kershner is that do-it-all guy with 30 years of craftsman experience.  Kevin’s top notch handyman display work is on national display at the Smithsonian Museum.  Give Kevin a Project in custom cabinetry, plumbing, electrical, built-in’s and you’ve got a challenge that is not just met, but exceeded on all levels.  Kevin enjoys his family time, his off-roading time, and time well spent on the positive things in life.

  • Kris Woody

    Service Technician

    That odd job, that crazy fit-it challenge, that’s when it’s Kris Woody’s time to shine. This local, union commercial and residential journeyman carpenter takes great pride in the special swing he constructed from scratch for an autistic child as well as the pride in repairing what’s broke or building new from the ground up. When Kris isn’t doting on his young wife and growing family, he’s tinkering with four-wheel trucks making quality two-wheel time on motorcycles.