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About TreyTrey-Strong-Custom-Homes

Born and raised in Lubbock, Trey Strong graduated from Monterey High School and received his bachelors in Business Management from Texas Tech University. While at Tech, Trey held leadership positions in campus organizations and donated his time to community service. After graduating, Trey moved to Dallas to work for Highland Homes where he served as Project Manager for four years and monitored the construction and completion for over 100 custom homes. He knew he enjoyed building, but wanted to move back to his hometown to be closer to family. Trey has now built in the Lubbock area for over 13 years. His hard work, dedication and customer service is evident in his custom homes and interactions with others. He is on site making sure each job is completed to his satisfaction and high standards. He continues to bring new aspects of design and ideas to his customers while making sure that they are building the home that they have always imagined.

In 2016, Trey Strong was given the Excellence Under 45 award by the Texas Association of Builders. In 2012, Trey Strong was elected as President of the West Texas Home Builders Association and continues to be an active member of the Lubbock community. Trey and his wife Mary Kathryn have and continue to serve the community through a number of local organizations: Lubbock Homes for Heroes, West Texas Home Builders Association, March of Dimes, UMC Hospital Foundation, LHUCA, Lubbock’s Lion Club, Covenant Children’s Hospital, Make a Wish Foundation, United Way, Young Life, The Wesley Foundation, First United Methodist Church, Sigma Chi Fraternity and Pi Beta Phi Sorority. Trey and Mary Kathryn have two children: Evelyn and Jack. In 2014, Trey Strong Custom Homes was voted “Best of the West” by KCBD News Channel 11.

 

 

About DanJuniper-Homes

Dan Biase first dipped his toes into the construction industry over 10 years ago, after earning a business degree from Texas Tech, a brief stint in the financial world and a thru-hike on the Appalachian Trail. His career history spans various aspects of the industry, including residential building, foam insulation and building products supply.

Dan is passionate about creating quality homes that are beautiful today and long into the future. He loves people, timeless architecture, rising to a good challenge and West Texas.

When he’s not building homes, Dan enjoys spending time with his wife Suzanne, his five daughters, June, Annie, Rose, Pearl and Minnie, and his son from Afghanistan, Sayed.  Dan loves hiking/camping in the outdoors, doing Crossfit “the old man way” and the few rounds of golf he manages to squeeze in each year.

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