Lee Kimball

In 1940 Leon Kimball Johnson and Donald Lee Bosworth founded Lee Kimball, Inc.—a small, client-centered business offering home appliances, heating systems, installations, and service. Within five years the firm began to install full kitchens for their clients. Show more

In 1940 Leon Kimball Johnson and Donald Lee Bosworth founded Lee Kimball, Inc.—a small, client-centered business offering home appliances, heating systems, installations, and service. Within five years the firm began to install full kitchens for their clients.

Throughout the 1950s and 1960s Johnson, the grandfather of current Lee Kimball owners Bruce and Gregg Johnson, designed high-quality custom kitchens for an ever-expanding group of clients. In 1969, he was among the first group of 25 people to become Certified Kitchen Designers (CKD).

Bruce and Gregg began their apprenticeships early--focusing on all facets of the business. They learned to be exacting designers and builders, and flexible problem solvers. Above all, they learned the importance of not just meeting, but exceeding client expectations.

Today this work ethic guides the entire Lee Kimball team. It’s what drives our success in building both great spaces and long-term relationships with our clients.
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