A True Hometown Business
Born and raised in Fort Payne, Scott Weatherly remains a true Fort Payne advocate and is proud to call Fort Payne home. A graduate of Auburn University, where he attended on a golf scholarship, Scott holds a degree in business administration.
After graduation, Scott put his golf skills to use and went on to play Professionally in the Nationwide Tour.Scott also played in the U.S. Open in 2004 at Shinnecock Hills in South Hampton, New York. He has played golf in Panama, New Zealand, and Australia just to name a few. While Scott loved playing golf and it provided him an opportunity to see parts of the World he otherwise may have never seen, after 12 years he was ready to start a new career.
The obvious choice was to join his mother, Dona Weatherly and brother George Weatherly at Builder’s Supply, a family business his grandfather, Paul Crow, started in the 1950’s. However, Scott wasn’t sure that was where he needed to be, and he instead sold insurance for a couple of years.
After a few years, and much persuasion from his family, he decided to join his family at Builder’s Supply. Putting his business degree to use, Scott feels like he made the right decision. Builder’s Supply is a staple in the community and has met the building needs of northeast Alabama’s professional contractors and do-it-yourself homeowners for over 50 years. In addition to building materials, insulation, lumber, paint, windows, doors, tools, and other retail goods, Builders Supply offers specialized products and services, including large commercial orders of cement block, wooden pallets, and engineered trusses.
Scott is President of the Fort Payne Kiwanis Club and serves on the Fort Payne Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. In his spare time Scott enjoys spending time with Kim Conaway Traylor and her children. They can often be found on the river during the summer months.
Thank you, Scott for serving on the Fort Payne Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, and to Builder’s Supply for taking care of all our building needs, right here locally.