WHITTINGHILL DISPOSAL SERVICE
Sweet Emma is the newest addition to the Fishburn family as of July 2017. Her parents say that she spends most of her days chillin' like a villan and being the poster child for easy babies. We usually don't start the kids until they are at least a year old, but Emma already looks like she will be a great asset to the company. She will be answering phones, giving out estimates, and driving the forklifts around any day now!
Donna was placed into the roll of President/CEO of Whittinghill Disposal Service upon the sudden death of Steve Whittinghill. She is a firm believer in the sovereignty of God and is grateful for God’s strength and wisdom as she trusts Him with the daily business decisions . Donna is the Executive Organizer, Goal Setter, and Chief Encouragement Officer. She’s convinced that her years of being a full time wife, mom, and homeschooler were the perfect preparation to be in business! Donna married Shaun Crotty and they find great pleasure in the simple things of life. Donna has a degree in Food Science from Michigan State University and in her spare time she loves studying God’s Word, skeet shooting, gardening, traveling, and spending time with her granddaughters Zoey and Emma.
Little Miss Zoey is the sweet, smiling daughter of Kyle and Jessica Fishburn. She has quite the sassy personality, she can type 67 words per minute, and she makes a mean cup of coffee. Not bad for a three year old! Once Bev Weaver teaches her how to do billings we will be able to put her to work full time. Zoey already has everyone at WDS wrapped around her finger, and everyone says that she has her Grandpa Steve's bright blue eyes. This past July, Zoey was promoted to the role of big sister, and she is totally rocking the position!
ABOUT OUR FAMILY
Gene and Thelma Whittinghill
John Whittinghill is the Operations Manager for WDS and a board member of the corporation. He grew up working in the business and has been driving equipment since he was three years old. John graduated from Indian Capital Vo-Tech with a degree in heavy equipment operations. John was a member of the Army National Guard and served his country in Afghanistan in 2011. He now lives in Muskogee with his new bride, Demi, while making sure everyone at WDS stays safe and everything is up to code.
Jessica Fishburn (previously Whittinghill) is the Vice President of Public Relations at WDS. Jessica is responsible for maintaining contact with all of our customers in a variety of ways, and is also a board member of the corporation. Jessica is the most bubbly, genuinely friendly person you’ll ever meet and she still enjoys annoying her brother with a song for every occasion. Jessica is married to the wonderful Kyle Fishburn and they have two daughters, Zoey Lyn and Emma Rose, who are both perfect gifts from God!
ABOUT OUR BUSINESS
Whittinghill Disposal Service, Inc. was founded in 1974 by Gene and Thelma Whittinghill and was later purchased in 1987 by Steve and Donna Whittinghill. Since Steve's sudden passing in 2015, the company has been managed by Donna. Over the years Whittinghill Disposal Service has grown to be not only the oldest but also the largest locally owned waste and recycle materials handling service in Muskogee, OK.
We believe the reasons we have succeeded include God's gracious blessing on the business, sound business practices, the cooperative efforts of the company's past and present employees and an unwavering commitment to high quality service. Providing exceptional service to our customers has always been our number one priority. In fact, SERVICE is so important to us that we made it part of our name, Whittinghill Disposal Service, Inc.
Julie Whittinghill is the Vice President of Marketing at WDS and she recently married her sweetheart, Jeff Musslewhite. Julie is responsible for overseeing the website and Facebook page as well as serving as a board member for the corporation. Julie has an Associates degree from OSU in Prosthetics and Orthotics and is currently attending the University of Central Oklahoma to pursue her Bachelors while working as a financial advocate for Scott Sabolich Prosthetics in Oklahoma City. She ultimately hopes to work in the field as a practitioner.