~ We at Captain Ron’s would like to thank all the people who worked really hard over the winter to make the new Captain Ron’s a reality. Most of these people worked 7 days a week, and 10-12 hours a day from January 2 until March 14 – 73 days straight to make this happen. Lake of the Ozarks has had a reputation of being laid back and not real motivated when it comes to construction. I’m here to tell you that the people involved in this transformation have done something that is rarely seen at the Lake. They sacrificed their entire personal life for us for 2 1/2 months, and we can’t tell you how much we appreciate that. These dedicated people are as follows:
Craig Clark – CMC Builders, Inc. – General Contractor
Steve Waller – All Phase Construction
Kevin & Carl and the rest of the crew with All Phase Construction
Danny Dye – DyeHard Construction
Billy J. Tapp III
Derek Fisher – D. F. Construction
Kevin Rohrer and Bob Edwards – Rohrer Excavation
All of the guys with Rohrer who ran machines, drove trucks and worked in the ditches
until 2 a.m. to get us open – what a week!!
Bob Searcy and his crew – Searcy Heating and Cooling
All the guys with Co-Mo Electric
Brody Clark – CED Electrical
Tom Moore – Herrman Lumber Co.
Casey Smith – American Fire Sprinkler Co.
Ryan DeWeese and Terry DeWeese – MidEast Construction Co.
Vince Bachofer and his crew – DVB Concrete Construction
The crew from Wallboard Specialties
Bob Bullock – Directv
John Pyke Painting
WMJ Enterprises – JR & Jerry Swearingen
Kent Morris and Crew – K & T Guttering & Siding
All the gals and guys from Captain Ron’s who tore the place apart, worked security and did whatever it took to help get us open.
Morgan County Carpet
Lake Cultured Marble
J. Rogers Architecture
Dam Steel and Supply
|Rough Water Docks
P.O. S. Systems
Xtreme Coatings & Insulation
Sunrise Concrete Pumping
Camden County Fire & Safety
Above & Beyond Roofing
Lake West Construction
Skelton Lock and Key
For those that we have forgotten to include on this list, thank you so much for the work you did.