Building Maintenance Team

Meet the Building and Maintenance Team

Eastmont is blessed beyond measure by this group of hard-working people! The Building and Maintenance Team works diligently to keep our facility clean and ready for us to enjoy on Sundays, Wednesdays, or during the week.

Joe Clements has been Building Superintendent at Eastmont since March 2018. He and his wife, Donna, have been a part of Eastmont for more than 35 years. They have three adult children. When asked what he enjoys about working at Eastmont, Joe said, “Serving Jesus.”

Don Lewis came to work at Eastmont in November 2019. Don and his wife, Billie, have two children and five grandchildren. He is a fan of all sports and is a huge Auburn and Pike Road Patriots fan. He has been a member of Eastmont for 37 years. When asked what he likes about working at Eastmont, Don said, “The interaction with really good people!”

Allison Mills started working at Eastmont in December 2019. She and her husband, Josh, have two little boys. She enjoys art, hiking, fishing, biking, and building things. When asked what she likes about working at Eastmont she said, “Eastmont has an amazing team of people that understands and are caring through hard times. They are my family!”

Bill Jones is the newest member of our staff, beginning in May 2021. He has been a member of Eastmont for 19 years. Bill enjoys reading. When asked what he likes about working at Eastmont, he said, “All the helpful, friendly people on the staff and the laidback atmosphere.

The next time you see one of these team members, let them know how much they are appreciated!

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