THE DRAPER STORY
At Draper Fencing Company, we run our business like a military family. We take care of each other with the goal of accomplishing our shared mission. That mission is to offer our customers the best service and value possible.
We offer our employees competitive wages, health insurance, profit sharing, bonuses, and paid time off. We strive to make fence building a career not just a job. We take pride in employing great craftsmen who build excellent fences.
Excellent fences make happy customers and happy customers means mission accomplished. Once we’ve accomplished our mission we focus on giving back to our community.
Draper Fencing Co is excited to announce that we have been certified with the City of Indianapolis through the Office of Minority and Women Business Development (OMWBD) as a minority, women, veteran, or disabled-owned business enterprise (XBE).
This certification means that Draper Fencing Co is part of a network of businesses committed to diversity and inclusion. Thanks for supporting us as we continue to grow!
Customer Experience Specialist
Loki “The Dog of Mischief” Cowden
Shop Dog in Training
Loki is training to be a shop dog. So far, he’s really living up to his name. He brings a ton of energy to team meetings and functions as an adorable alarm system.
Odin Underfoot Meyers
Odin is Draper’s shop dog. His key duties include sniffing & snoozin’. From time to time he also tries to scare away leaves blowing in the wind.
Ryan served in the United States Army, 1st Cavalry Division before studying Architecture and Education at IUPUI. Throughout his life, Ryan has cared for people in various ways from Military service to his time as an educator.
Now he gives back to his community with volunteer work. In the winter, you can find him coaching at the local elementary school. When Ryan started Draper Fencing Company its mission was and remains to be providing an exceptional customer experience and the highest quality fence in Central Indiana.
Director of Sales and Operations
Pete served in the United States Army, 3rd Ranger Battalion. Pete earned a bachelor’s degree in International and Global Studies at IUPUI.
Today Pete lives in Speedway, Indiana with his wife Zain and their two dogs, Loki and Sheba. They bought their house with an existing chain link fence but their escape artist, Sheba, is hoping to get an upgrade to a cedar cap and trim privacy fence soon.
Growing up as a “Marine Brat” Britt’s best friend was a black lab named Sabbath. Now he lives in Lawrence Indiana on the Northeast side of Indianapolis with his two daughters. His youngest attends Harrison Hill and soon she’ll join her sister at Belzer Middle School.. The Comer’s are looking to replace their 6′ privacy fence with a Draper Fencing solid board privacy fence with an upgraded drive gate for their driveway.
Charlie was raised in Indianapolis and went on to study History at IU. In his free time, he enjoys playing the drums and being a next-level dog dad to his Pitbull Bubbles. Bubbles spends his free time playing with his impressive collection of toys inside of his chain-link fence but he would like Charlie to upgrade to a cedar privacy fence with trellis soon.
Installation Crew Chief
Chris played rugby at North Central High School in Indianapolis and went on to study Construction Management at Ball State University. His Pitbull and Boxer mix, Daisy, is a very good girl who likes to play fetch in her yard that is fully enclosed with vinyl fencing.
Installation Crew Chief
Tommy played rugby at North Central High School in Indianapolis and went on to study Telecommunications and Management at Indiana University. He has two dogs named Mila and Molly. Molly is a Pitbull and her fur sister, Mila is a Boxer mix. They like to wrestle and chew on sticks in their backyard but their favorite pastime is getting the zoomies inside their chain-link fence.
Sean is a graduate of North Central High School and studied advertising at Ball State University. His dog, Harmony, is a Pitbull rescue who’s living her best life inside her chain-link fence. Her favorite activities include laying around and sunbathing in various locations within her fully fenced backyard oasis.
Homa is the mother of two human children who attend Amy Beverland Elementary School in Lawrence, Indiana. She also has a fur child named Nola. Nola is a Pomeranian Chihuahua mix who spends most of her time running or sunbathing in her backyard. Homa chose a six-foot-tall scalloped board on board privacy fence for Nola because sometimes tiny dogs are the hardest to contain.
Courtney Kay Meyers
Director of Customer Experience
Courtney attended Lawrence Central High School and went on to earn a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management and Communications. She lives in Indianapolis with her Great Pyrenees German Shepherd mix, Odin. Odin has a wooded yard with a Cedar Solid Board Privacy Fence. When he isn’t napping, he likes singing the song of his people loudly enough for the entire neighborhood to hear.
Ahmaad grew up in Hesperia, California and moved to Beech Grove for love in 2020. There he resides with his daughters Rosie and Rain, ages eight and nine. Their dog, Layla is a Boston Terrier. She asked us to tell you that she is a very good girl and that her Daddy should really let her have a Board on Board Privacy Fence.
Customer Experience Specialist
Deann is originally from Ohio and was in the Air Force from 1992-1996. She earned a business degree and has extensive experience in manufacturing and customer service. Deann lives in Brownsburg with her husband, 3 teenage kids and her pups Koa and Gaspard.
Forrest grew up on the Westside of Indianapolis just by the Speedway. He has two kids -Bentley – 6 & Rosemary – 4.
Marq grew up in Indianapolis and attended Ben Davis High School. Marq just had his first baby daughter. Besides building fences and taking care of his daughter, Marq enjoys basketball and playing with his pup.