Jack Momchilovich started Momchilovich Drywall & Paint in 1988 as a one-man operation. Since then, the company has grown into one of the most successful commercial and residential drywall and painting companies in Southwest Wisconsin. Presently, we employ over 35 full-time finishers and sub-contractors, and we’ve managed drywall and painting contracts over $1,000,000.
Jack uses his more than 30 years of construction experience to ensure quality, foster effective communication, and solve problems. Basically, does what he needs to to keep both our customers and our team happy.
In his spare time, Jack is an ardent conservationist and pilot. He enjoys flying high-performance aircrafts, and being anywhere sunny.
Matt manages our estimating department. From job beginning to end, he handles everything from developing leads, to scheduling and project management. His organization skills are key to keeping things rolling along smoothly.
When he’s not at the office, Matt keeps busy with his 4 rambunctious boys.
Brody creates estimates for every project we do. From the most complex industrial facility to the smallest “California patch,” if you want to know the cost, he’s your man.
Brody is also an avid fisherman and baseball fan.(Chicago White Sox, not the Brewers, but we won’t hold that against him.)
Victor has been doing drywall and painting for over 7 years, and he’s our field leader. He builds relationships with general contractors, trains employees, and manages projects on-site. He directs our largest and most complex jobs and makes sure they’re done right.
Victor enjoys bowling, and you will find him out on the dance floor most any Saturday evening.
Accounting & HR Manager
As one of Jack’s daughters, Estée grew up working on jobsites and helping with business tasks. She manages our human resources and accounting and fills other gaps that arise as our company continues to grow.
Estée loves microbrews and weightlifting (not necessarily in that order).
The Crew We couldn’t do any of this without our crew. That’s why we hire the best: tradesmen (and women) who think for themselves and solve problems. They’re skilled. They’re attentive. And they work hard.