SERVPRO of Cherokee, Chester, Fairfield & Union Counties Employee Photos

Heath Dickson

Heath Dickson

Heath is the owner of SERVPRO of Cherokee, Chester, Fairfield, and Union counties.  He was first introduced to SERVPRO in the late 1980s working part-time.  He has nearly 3 decades of experience working in/around the construction, maintenance, and restoration industry, and is also a licensed General Contractor.  Heath graduated from Winthrop University with a degree in Business.  He has owned this SERVPRO franchise since 2011, and has multiple certifications from the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC).

Bill Hinson

Bill Hinson

Bill's first intro to SERVPRO was in the mid-80s, and his family has been in the disaster restoration industry with SERVPRO for over 30 years.  His parents owned a few franchises during that time, and now his brother owns the Richland County franchise.  Bill is also Heath's brother-in-law.   After spending over 2 decades serving in the USAF, upon retirement, Bill returned to the family business.  His military background includes histopathology, healthcare administration, and aeromedical evacuation.  Bill graduated from Wayland Baptist University with a degree in Healthcare Administration.  He has multiple certifications from the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC).

Joyce Leopard

Joyce Leopard

Joyce has been working in the industry with SERVPRO for over 20 years. She has been with SERVPRO of Cherokee, Chester, Fairfield, and Union counties since 2011.  She is our primary technician involving the cleaning of fire and smoke jobs, and she’s very good at it. Joyce is also involved in general cleaning jobs & post-construction cleaning. She helps in all other areas as needed, especially if ANY cleaning is required. She’s a joy to work with & and very good teammate.

Logan Plyler

Logan Plyler

Logan began working part-time with SERVPRO of Cherokee, Chester, Fairfield and Union counties several years ago.  He is now full-time, and has valuable experience in both residential and commercial loss jobs. He is also currently enrolled in construction industry college level courses seeking to become a future licensed General Contractor.  He is Heath's nephew, and he is giving serious consideration to joining our nation's awesome Marine Corps.  If he does, we will miss him greatly, but will wish him well in all of his future endeavors.