As a former dairy farmer, Roger Cooley and his family have built a long line of family trust within their community from the work they had done on the farm. Their farm was started by Roger’s grandfather Lucius Cooley in 1940 while his uncle was in WWII. As a family, they had always been in the repair business by doing the required day to day tasks to keep the farm operating, something his father instilled in him – a daily team building exercise in itself. Today, The farm can be seen from right out their home window, a thoughtful reminder of the family traditions that have taken place on this land.
The urban sprawl had taken over, but the integrity and workmanship that was built into the heart of Roger Cooley which has carried over into his daily duty’s of today, is still going strong. Roger has always been very punctual. He will show up when he says he will and take care of the job, while keeping customers informed throughout the whole process. Since Rogers Bachelor of Science Degree is in aviation, he tries to keep his passion for flying alive by taking aerial shots and surveys of past, present and future projects and welcomes the opportunity for new projects involving this process.
Whether it be waterlines, septic, sewer, foundations, demolitions, new basements, or other tasks, people trust Roger and count on him to get the job done right. That is what R. Cooley Enterprises is all about.
Roger enjoys providing his service to the local Crestwood school in the community. His daughter was in the marching band, and his son is currently in the baseball program. Roger has recently assisted in their baseball field renovations.