Parish Assigns Scott Tucker To Build Church

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( — December 17, 2014)  –Local project manager, Scott Tucker, has recently been assigned the task of constructing a new American colonial style church for the Greensburgh Parish. The project is scheduled to commence in January, and is being met with great anticipation from local residents.

“I’m very familiar with Scott Tucker’s work,” said churchgoer Margaret Summers. “He built a church in a parish that my sister attends, and it’s a marvelous sight to see! Scott is always doing good things for this community.”

According to Scott Tucker, the team that he has chosen consists of five carpenters and two electricians. The construction crew will then be managed and supervised by Tucker, and are expected to begin work in mid January.

“The group of guys that are going to work the Greensburgh Parish church are some of the best tradesmen that I’ve had the privilege to work with,” said Scott Tucker. “We’re very thankful to the parish for choosing our group to build their church; it’s an honor for us, really. There’s nothing that excites me more than the opportunity to give back back to my town, so this is something that we look forward to.

The construction will take nine months to complete, according to the parish. Once finished, the parish plans to celebrate the new church with an inaugural mass.

By Lorenzo Wood

About Scott Tucker

Scott Tucker is the project manager for a construction firm in Nashua, NH. Tucker currently resides in New Hampshire with his wife and two children, and is an avid fisherman and fan of the outdoors.