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Bill Goodpaster is a Christian business owner, husband to his lovely wife Natalie, father to seven children, and grandfather to two beautiful grandchildren.
Bill is a veteran of the US Navy. He joined the Navy on January 14, 1986. He served on board the USS Forrestal CV-59 aircraft carrier as a Quartermaster in the navigation department. He was part of the first navigation detail to take an aircraft carrier up the Mississippi River to New Orleans. While in the Navy he was deployed to the North Atlantic Mediterranean Sea, Indian Ocean, and the Persian Gulf. He was honorably discharged from the Navy on October 23, 1993.
In 2002, with an entrepreneurial spirit and a burning desire to provide for his family, Bill began pursuing the American dream and started his own business. He has a strong desire to pass on a Godly heritage to his children, through his paint business. All seven of his children have worked in the painting business alongside their father at some point. Four of the children are currently working for the company and his wife Natalie, works as the office manager.
During his eighteen years with Goodpaster Painting, Bill has steadfastly tried to live by the following three principles in his business, based upon the verse 1 Corinthians 10:31.
1.) Glorify God
2.) Bring extreme value to our customers through over serving them
3.) Enrich the lives of our workers and their families
The mission of Goodpaster Painting & Guttering is to glorify God and bring extreme value to our customers through over serving them and enriching the lives of our workers and their families. Here are a few of the things we do to work to achieve those goals:
- Beautify your property and protect your investment for years to come
- We offer a 5-year warranty on labor for every job we complete.
- We offer free estimates.
- Excellent customer service
- We schedule around the needs of our customers in order to avoid any inconveniences.
- Personal, professional service
- Honest and transparent communication