Team Spotlight: Lauren Strunk

Meet Lauren Strunk, Celtic Flooring Project Manager

Born and raised in Woodbridge, Virginia, Lauren has worked for Celtic for three years.  As Project Manager, she not only oversees projects but also works with estimates and creates client relationships. When asked what she likes best about working for Celtic, Lauren says, “My coworkers and our “team” approach to getting the job done.” Her proudest moments working at Celtic were when she helped manage a more than a half-million-dollar project in Washington DC. The project was a huge success. In her free time, Lauren enjoys traveling and spending time with family.

Team Spotlight: Patrick Boyle

Meet Patrick, owner of Celtic Flooring. Patrick doesn’t remember a time when he wasn’t involved in the flooring industry. “When I was nine years old, I would go to job sites with my father and learn how to use and utilize the tools needed for the job” says Patrick. “By the time I was 18, I was installing full-time in the upstate New York area. “He shares that he learned a great deal from his Dad about hard work, believing in the American dream, and the integrity required in running a business. After running an installation business for 14 years, Patrick decided to open Celtic Flooring. That was almost 20 years ago. Today an average day has him always on the go, meeting with clients and going to job sites to ensure that all projects meet customer expectations. When asked what he likes best about Celtic, Patrick says, “I enjoy working with my team. We are all hardworking, dedicated professionals committed to providing our customers with quality flooring projects and a company they can trust.” In his personal time, he enjoys spending time with his family.

Team Spotlight: Kevin Johnson

Meet Kevin Johnson, Celtic Flooring Chief Financial Officer. Kevin has been with Celtic Flooring for five years. An average day can not only deal with accounting but sales and working in the warehouse. “I wear many different hats.” he says. Kevin was born in Woodbridge, Virginia, and has traveled extensively and has lived in many different states before landing back in Northern Virginia. In the last five years, he has built extensive ties to the community. When asked what he likes best about working for Celtic, he says, “The family-like atmosphere.” His proudest moment at Celtic was when he landed a large project that he had been working on for over a year. In his free time, he enjoys hiking and going to car shows.