Mock Woodworking can be found in homes, institutions, restaurants, and businesses around the world…but if you look at the roots of our craft, you must go back to 1954 in Ohio’s Muskingum County,
At that time, Wilbur (Wib) Mock pursued the American dream of opening his own businesses after he learned the fine art of cabinetry and furniture making from talented local Amish woodworking craftsmen.
“I always liked to work with my hands. And I always enjoyed my work. Woodworking came naturally to me.”
-Wilbur (Wib) Mock, Founder
In 1954, Wib started Mock Woodworking. The business grew, attracting talented craftsmen who created and installed high quality, stylish kitchens and bathrooms for residences of Muskingum, Guernsey, Coshocton, Licking and other counties surrounding his Zanesville workshop.
Doug Mock grew up in the workshop, sweeping floors and learning every aspect of the business from his Dad and the other talented workers. He went on to study business and pursued a corporate career before returning to Mock Woodworking in 1982.
The company soon began to serve commercial and retail customers, adding their unique knowledge of wood species, consistent grain patterns and eye-catching designs for customers and professionals around the globe.
Retail and commercial clients include American Eagle Outfitters, Wendy’s, T.J. Maxx, American Greetings, Target, McDonald’s, Federal Express, Marshalls, among many more.
Other clients include Chase, State Farm Insurance, Ohio State University Hospital, Merrill Lynch, Nationwide Insurance, the Columbus Museum of Art and many others.
Today, Doug is still at the helm of our 40+ staff, often serving as a consultant to clients seeking his expertise in the performance of wood species, custom architectural woodworking, and specialty retail woodworking.