William (Will) Stamper is a 12 year United States Army Veteran born June 25th, 1979 in Odessa, Texas. His mother was originally from California and moved to Odessa, TX as a teenager. His father was born and raised in Elyria, OH and served for the United States Air Force at Carswell Air Force Base in central TX.
After several tours in Europe and the Middle East Will relocated back to the United States. Will did two apprenticeships and held a journeyman card in the Carpenters Union and the Plasterers Union. He obtained his associate degree in Computerized Maintenance Management Systems while on deployment in the Middle East. He was also certified in Environmental Control.
Will Stamper Renovation was formed in 2015. The company specializes in historical plaster repair, as well as carpentry. He covers everything from painting to whole home renovations and historical projects such as the Fieck Building located in downtown Sandusky, OH.
Will Stamper Renovation has also done commercial remodeling for Daystar Staffing, a temporary agency in Westlake, OH. Not only did he remodel the building the company currently resides in, but he also built three movie sets used for training exercises and television commercials.
Will has donated his time, material, and construction abilities to the following charities: C.H.O.I.C.E.S., a Behavioral Healthcare facility in Port Clinton, OH., Victory Temple Soup Kitchen in Sandusky, OH., and the American Red Cross in Port Clinton, OH. He is a member of the VFW and the fraternal order of Eagles in Huron, OH.