John Hitchcock

John has been involved in the custom woodworking business for nearly 45 years, and eventually started Hitchcock Woodworking in his basement in 1988.

In the early years, he took care of his 2 children during the day, while his wife, MaryMargaret, taught school. He spent his nights building cabinets in the basement. After several years he was able to move into a commercial shop, and has expanded several times to the 5500 SF shop the business is currently at.

John now owns the family farm he grew up on, and loves maintaining it with his John Deere tractor, he also enjoys fly fishing and skeet shooting, as well as volunteering for the Boy Scouts.

Drew Hitchcock

Drew was raised to be both a woodworker, and an entrepreneur; starting his first business venture at a young age, he sold the scrap wood from his fathers woodshop to the neighbors as kindling for their fireplaces. He was raised on the floor of the woodshop, and eventually went on to graduate from the engineering school at Norwich University. After working for a local custom builder, he joined the woodworking business in 2008.

In 2011, Drew followed the lessons he learned from his father and started Hitchcock Construction LLC, branching out to provide the Upper Valley with high quality building services to compliment the woodworking business. Since then, Drew has now added a property management division to the business, as well as branching out into custom design services in 2012. Today, he still works in the woodshop, while handling the bookkeeping and design aspects of the businesses.

Drew Hitchcock