Nina Creech has spent 27 years at PWC, most recently as Senior Vice President of Operations. Currently she oversees Whole Home and the Innovation Center. Nina is focused on creating and building partnerships that achieve better health outcomes through the home environment and empowering others to live happier lives at home. She is a graduate from the University of North Carolina and a certified facilitator of the evidence-based fall prevention program Stepping On. Nina was born in Italy and enjoys traveling home as often as she can.
Brad, our Whole Home Program Manager is a certified Aging in Place Specialist (designation from the National Assoc. of Home Builders) and Living In Place (endorsed by the NKBA) Brad has worked with over 1,000 at-risk clients in his 13 year tenure at PWC and Whole Home. He has a broad background in home remodeling and has over 25 years of experience in residential construction. Every day Brad visits homeowners to conduct home assessments to determine the person’s level of ability, the existing conditions of the home, and the scope of work needed to live their best active life. When not working, you can find Brad building or riding a new bicycle.
Sara has worked in residential construction for 15 years and has been making homes accessible for 12 years. She is a Certified Aging in Place Specialist as well as a certified facilitator of the evidence-based fall prevention program Stepping On. With a B.S. degree in Architecture from the University of Cincinnati, Sara is well versed in building codes and obtaining residential building permits. Her spare time is full of elementary school activities for her 8- and 5-year-old.
Fred VonAllmen started in the building trades in the early 70s as a residential framing carpenter. In the early 90s, he started his own remodeling business servicing the Greater Cincinnati area for the next 20 years focusing on bathrooms and issues with aging. Fred is also a Certified Aging in Place Specialist. He spends his spare time with his 6 grandchildren and tinkering with his robust collection of acoustic stringed instruments.
Kurt has been in the trades for 40 years and is the lead carpenter for Whole Home’s larger and more complicated projects. Past customers who are looking for additional work done to their house always ask for Kurt. He keeps jobs on time, clean, and delivers a beautiful finished product. Kurt’s off time is filled with golf and travel, usually to a locale with a beach.
Although the youngest member of the team, Jake comes to us with a solid background in the building trades having previously been an employee of Habitat for Humanity. You will find Jake on any number of projects, from ramp installations to bathroom remodels. Jake received his degree in Spanish from Webster University and gives Whole Home the ability to provide Spanish language services when needed. As a new homeowner of an older house, Jake’s evenings and weekends are now taken up with projects around the house!
Paul has 26 years of construction trade experience, including remodeling, cabinet building, and playground construction. Paul leads our stair lift and VPL installations as well as servicing the units. “This is a very rewarding job at Whole Home. I get to use my skills to make a real difference in people’s lives.” In his spare time, Paul enjoys playing golf and being outdoors.
With 25 years experience in the remodeling business, Kevin can tackle just about any project. From concrete work to lead abatement projects, Kevin does it all, and does it well. Like many of our employees, working at Whole Home has been a revelation. Kevin enjoys using his skills to make a positive change in the lives of his customers.
James has 10 yrs of work history in the remodeling industry focusing mostly on bathrooms and kitchens. With Whole Home he is working on our bathroom projects such as tub conversion to step in shower. In his off time James enjoys spending time with his grandchildren. James enjoys working making home repairs that makes people’s lives better.
Tina has worked in the electrical industry for over 20 years. Growing up and working in the family electrical contracting business, she eventually obtained an Electrical Contracting License for Ohio and Kentucky. She also has a Kentucky Electrical Masters License. She has two sons, one a graduate of The Ohio State University and a Sergeant in the Marine Corp, and the other a graduate from the University of Akron. She enjoys using her knowledge skills to make an impact on the health and homes of her customers.