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35 Years of Commitment


Milestones turn us all into company historians.

Kenrick Corporation is celebrating a significant milestone this year: 35 years in the business of property association management.

We are incredibly proud to turn 35 this year but even more proud of how we achieved it.

Our collaborative approach to accomplishing tasks and our commitment to our customers is at the core of who we are.

When Richard Aikens founded Kenrick Corporation in 1985, the company had only a few employees and a small handful of customers.

In an ever-changing world, we have kept our focus on steady growth, and with a commitment to Mr. Aikens’ legacy, we are now 66 employees strong, serving more than 3500 homeowner units.

On behalf of our entire team, I’d like to say Thank You, our customers, for 35 incredible years in the business – and here’s to many more.

Anita Smith

Posted on July 2, 2020. Categorized as .

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