came from a farming family but began cabinet-making as a
hobby 30 years ago. He learned the basics from his then
father-in–law, Joe Kenneth Humphreys, and for many years
Wilbur used his woodworking talents to build cabinetry
for family and friends.
In 2002, after several lean
farming years, Wilbur opened Rucker’s Custom Cabinets as
a sideline business to supplement the family income. The
business grew quickly, and in 2008, Wilbur’s son Jesse
joined the business as a partner.
The partners and their
employees look forward to the continued growth of the
business and are committed to providing a quality
product at an affordable price.