The Fritsche Corporation
61 years in business6245 Sunderland Dr
Columbus, OH 43229-1977
- (614) 436-5999
Additional Phone Numbers
- (614) 436-5995
- (614) 866-1087
- (614) 890-3607
- (614) 864-2677
- (614) 864-0300
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BBB File Opened: 01/01/1959
Business Started: 03/01/1956
Business Incorporated: 02/01/1974 in OH
Type of EntityCorporation
- Mr. Terry Poling, President
- Mr. Donald Cary, Vice President
- Mr. Ernest G. Fritsche, Chairman Of The Board
- Mr. William C. Fritsche, Secretary, Vice Chairman
- William C Fritsche, Recreation Manager
- Mr. Patrick M. Hennessy, Property Manager
- Mr. Bill Hix, Vice President
- Property Management
- Home Builders
- Real Estate
- Recreation Centers
Service AreaWe service the following area(s): Delaware County, OH, Fairfield County, OH, Franklin County, OH, Licking County, OH, Madison County, OH, Pickaway County, OH, Union County, OH
Alternate Business Names
- Cherry Hill Company
- Courtyards of Kimberly
- Creekside Apartments
- Devonshire Courts Company
- Fritsche Homes
- Granville Manor Properties Company
- K Chalet Recreation Club
- Kimberly Properties Company
- Kimberly Recreation Association
- Kimberly Recreation Association Clubhouse
- Kimberly West Company
- York Terrace East
- York Terrace North
- Yorkshire Village Company
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This company offers Property Mangement, Real Estate, Construction.
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