Coach, runner, triathlete, musician and woodworker (just to name a few). Jordan can teach himself to do just about anything. Woodworking runs in his family, inspired by two very skilled uncles and a father who always said, "We can build that."
“One reason that we started Cerberus Wood Company is to provide people with furniture that they can own, not consume. Furniture should be built with a high quality that can be passed on for generations.”
Dustin is the artistic one of the bunch. He free hand draws and wood-burns all of our custom lettered signs. He’s an awesome guitarist, singer, and songwriter. Dustin and Shelby were married on the family farm in May 2013 and have a daughter, Nora.
This lovely lady has always had a motherly, caring quality about her, and that helps our business incredibly. She's also one of the toughest, hardest working women you will ever meet, and is one of those people that succeeds in everything she does.
This beautiful girl is the definition of driven. She truly cares about helping people, and also has an incredible mind for retail and business. Driven, caring, and smart makes her such a valuable member of our team.
5/2/09 - 10/16/18
At first glance this pup looks like he's all business, but he's as loyal and loving of his people as them come. Jordan adopted Ramsey when he was a sophomore at the University of Alabama, and these two have traveled the southeast together ever since. His favorite wood shop task is hiding treasure (plastic bottles) in random places around the shop.
I bet you’ve never met a dog who smiles as much as this boy (he can actually grin and it’s adorable!). Shortly after graduating high school, Shelby found this guy who couldn't seem to find a home, and quickly adopted twelve-week-old Trigger. Since then, he hasn’t left her side. He adores everyone he meets, and is one very loved member of the family!
This rambunctious guy has never met a stranger. He’s our affectionate goofball who keeps everyone laughing. He’s fifty-five pounds of pure lap dog! Dustin and Shelby rescued Chancho from a shelter when he was about seven months old. He has been thanking them with hugs (and climbing) every day since. We wouldn’t trade this crazy mutt for anything.