Owners Dan Lomont, Jeannine Moyer and Fred Coffee
(centered) with Fort Wayne Mayor Graham
Richards (left) and former Fort Wayne Mayor Paul Helmke (right) at the
1999 Business Awards Breakfast.
Gensic Creative Metals is a
custom sheet metal fabrication and installation facility that provides a
wide variety of quality commercial and industrial products and services.
We are a rapid-response company offering solutions to difficult industrial
G.C.M. creates specialty metal
and plastic products ranging from simple machine guards to complex
pollution control systems. We have transformed artistic inspirations
into notable pieces of art as well as the design and fabrication of a
variety of prototypes as a solutions to all kinds of manufacturing needs.
But we are most known for the fabrication and installation of various
kinds of duct, ventilation and environmental friendly collection systems
as well as our specialty in stainless steel fabricated products used in
the Food Handling industry.
The Gensic name has been known
throughout the sheet metal industry for more than forty years. When,
in 1959, John and Dorotha Gensic (founders of Gensic Sheet Metal) started
providing service to the Industrial Community. Through their hard
work, fast service, attention to quality, and ethical business practices,
the couple turned their simple family duct shop into the respected
specialty sheet metal facility that serviced the majority of the
community's industrial companies.
Upon the dissolution of
that company, two former employees, Jeannine Moyer and Dan Lomont, both in
management positions for a number of years, along with Patricia Coffee (a
former business owner herself) decided to continue sheet metal service to
the community. Thus, with the help of their families, Gensic
Creative Metals was established and began the operations in 1999.
And, in keeping with
John and Dorotha spirit of fairness, hard work, and high standards, G.C.M.
will continue to use their name with admiration and pride while our family
business continues to service the community for the next 40 plus years.