A proud father of two teenagers. Andy, a senior in high school and Ashtyn, a sophomore in college.
An avid runner…tries to run at least 4 to 5 times a week. He has a half marathon and a 10 miler under his belt as well as several 10 and 5K’s.
David has been a member of the Bowen Town and Country team since graduating from Wake Forest University in 1986. He has been involved with several areas of our company: Warehouse and logistics, customer service, purchasing, sales and now General Manager.
What has been one of the most rewarding experiences while working at Bowen Town & Country?
“My favorite aspect of working at Town and Country is the interaction and lasting relationships we build with our customers. I feel each customer is unique and welcome the opportunity to get to know and help them with their shopping needs. We must earn your business every time and not take it for granted.”
A 26 year employee of the company. My wish is to combine my knowledge and experience to help you with your furniture needs.
I’m also a husband, father and life explorer.
Garry has been a Sales Associate with Bowen Town and Country since 1997. Garry regularly attends Furniture Market in High Point to keep updated with current furniture trends, styles and colors. He prides himself in customer service.
A native of Winston-Salem, he attended Mount Tabor and graduated from RJ Reynolds High School. He attended Lees-McRae where he majored in Math, was an Eagle Scout, and in 1973 recipient of a Silver Medal in the NCAA Finals. In 1978 he co-founded the Youth Basketball League at West Central Community Center. That same year he was presented the Pfafftown Jaycees Member of the Year award for creating the league. Garry continued his leadership as a local and state board member for the NC State Society Children of the American Revolution. He served for 9 years as the State Treasurer, and two years as the local President and is a member of the Bethabara Chapter Sons of the American Revolution.
Garry and wife LaDonna, married since 1979 have two children. Son Patrick, and wife Laura, both Wake Forest University graduates, and daughter Becca, graduate of Appalachian State University.
Hi! My name is Dickie Stafford and I am the warehouse manager here at Bowen Town & Country.
I have been here at Town & Country for over thirty years. I started out as a delivery guy right after college, and have been here ever since. Over the years, I have seen the furniture industry change.
It has gone from big dining room suites and complete bedroom suites to dinette sets and just a mattress set and night stands. That has a lot to do with the housing designs. No more formal dining rooms and complete walk-in closets.
I get to see everything that is ordered from Town & Country. All the stock orders and all the special orders come into the warehouse. It is really neat to see all the different choices people make when ordering furniture.
Thanks and hope to see you soon!
My name is Casey Sylvia and I have been delivering furniture for Bowen Town & Country for 14 years now. Best part of doing deliveries is that you are always going to different place’s and not stuck in just one place. Over the past 14 years I’ve developed some good relationships with some of our customers.
When working in customers homes I like to make sure that I do my job to the best of my ability so I don’t damage their furniture or things in their homes. I think the Bowen Town & Country delivery crew has been doing a pretty good job over the years by listening to our customer’s say how they prefer us to deliver their furniture in their homes. So if we show up at your door you know things will get done right!
My name is Jesse Sylvia, I have been employed at Bowen Town & Country furniture for 15 years.
I work in the warehouse and do deliveries for the company.
Meet Charlene Owens, happily married to Kim for 27 years. She is a proud mother of two fine young men; William employed by LifeStar Ambulance Service and Samuel a sophomore at GTCC. Most recently she gained a daughter–in-law, Christa who married William. Charlene loves to read, enjoys spending time with family, and is actively involved with her church. Her favorite guilty pleasures are an Oreo milkshake from Cook Out or a bowl of M&Ms with all the brown ones taken out.
Charlene joined the Bowen Town and Country team in 1991 as part of the office staff. As Controller, with 25 years’ experience with the company, she manages Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payables and assists with end of the month reporting and closing. Charlene is ready to assist to the customer from answering questions about their invoice, to scheduling the delivery, to entering a service order. She once read that real joy is when a person cares more for the wellbeing of another than he or she cares for his or her own self. Her goal is to help the customer feel at home and make the furniture shopping experience as pleasant as possible.
BreeAnn developed a love for color and fabrics at a young age, working with her mom on various sewing projects, but it wasn’t until after her first year of college that she decided to pursue a degree in Interior Design. While studying at Randolph, she completed her internship with Trotter and Webb Interior Design, with a focus on model home setup and design. After earning her degree in 2006, she began her career as a design consultant for Ethan Allen. Over the years, she has worked as a designer for various firms, specializing in residential interior design, remodeling, market showroom setup/design, and even staging for the real estate market. She has been the past Public Relations Chairman for the local Triad Chapter of AIDP (Association of Interior Design Professionals) and a contributing writer on design topics for the Southeast Lifestyle newspaper. In 2014, she had the privilege of working with the U.S. Ambassador to Nicaragua on furnishing her home here in North Carolina.
BreeAnn is an avid DIY-er and when she is not designing or staging other people’s homes, you can find her shopping antique fairs and thrift stores in search of her next DIY project for her own home. Although, she loves being crafty and creative, her favorite pastime is relaxing at home with her husband, Joseph, and their two dogs, Jackson and Dixie.