Loyalty and customer service trump all at SunnySide Supply. It's not just an empty motto, our team holds these values to our core. Therefore, our team members take great pride in placing the needs of the customer before everything else. Here is a list of the people at SunnySide that make it all possible.
Since launching SunnySide Supply in 1980 with her husband, Nanette has served as President and has performed numerous roles including inside sales, accounts receivable, accounts payable and human resources. When Nanette isn’t at the office, she enjoys spending time with her two grandchildren and visiting the Carnegie Science Center, local playgrounds and parks, riding bikes and roller skating. Additionally, she is very active within the community and is a board member of John L Baker Art, which is organized to promote her father’s artwork.
A Fort-Cherry High School and Robert Morris University grad, Lisa has been involved in the business here whole life. She's a part of Three Rivers Desk and Derrick, Pittsburgh Iris and Daylily Society (secretary and board member), American Daylily Society, Hickory AG 4-H Leader, Volunteer Washington County Fair (Jr Dairy Show Superintendent), and Bentworth Elementary PTO. She believes that helping grow Sunnyside Supply helps create more local jobs and gives them the ability to help community organizations.
John has been around SunnySide his entire life, from running a tape gun at the age of three, sweeping floors, packing and delivering orders, to driving forklifts throughout high school and college. John’s appreciative of the opportunity to work side-by-side with family members throughout the years and is passionate about cultivating that family-friendly environment within the office. When John’s not at the office, he enjoys camping and playing with Arlo, his Bernese Mountain Dog, traveling to new places and attending music concerts. John’s also involved in his community through the Washington Country Dairy Club, 4-H, and FFA.
Originally from Torrington, CT, Chris leads Business Development for the ErectaStep product line. After attending West Virginia Wesleyan College, he settled down in Houston, PA where he currently lives with his family. Chris is a member of the Appalachian Basin GPA Midstream (ABGPA Midstream) and Appalachian Pipeliners Association (APA) organizations. Outside of work, he enjoys watching movies and spending time with his wife and four children.
Inside Sales/Customer Service Rep
Tammy, an Inside Sales/Customer Service Representative, is a Burgettstown, PA native. She attended both Burgettstown High School and West Allegheny High School where she graduated. In addition to being involved with her kid’s interests and hobbies, Tammy enjoys kayaking and other water activities.
Inside Sales/Customer Service Rep
Amanda is a native of Hickory, PA. She went to Ringgold High School and then graduated from Penn State University. She is the 4-H leader for the Hickory Ag. She also enjoys spending time with her family at livestock shows and teaching young children about agriculture.
Billing and AR Rep
From Hickory, PA, Tom graduated from Fort Cherry High School (Class of 1973) and then attended Westminster College where he graduated in 1977. After Westminster, he worked on his Masters of Science and Management (MSM) at Frostburg State College. Outside of being the Billing and AR Representative at SunnySide Supply, he is a member of the Jefferson County [Ohio] Chamber of Commerce and enjoys cooking, winemaking, gardening, and spending time with his family and dogs.
Embroidery Machine Operator/Shipping and Receiving
Jocelyn, a graduate of Avella High School and Allied Median School of Health Careers where she studied to be a Dental Assistant, is SunnySide’s Embroidery Machine Operator. She also assists in shipping and receiving. Jocelynn is from Cross Creek, PA and enjoys gardening and spending time with her family and pets.
An army veteran, Jim is from Venice, PA and went to Canon-McMillan High School. When he’s not driving the SunnySide truck making deliveries, he’s likely volunteering at the American Legion Post #793 where he is also a member. In addition to volunteering, Jim enjoys traveling (especially driving), visiting wineries, outdoor activities, and nature.