Derrick Robinson is the Vice President and Director of Operations of Benanzer Custom Homes. Derrick and Courtenay met in bible college in St. Louis, got married in 2010, and moved home to Greenville from New Orleans in the summer of 2013 to help Chuck and Cassy Benanzer further the family construction and real-estate business. Derrick grew up in Atlanta, Georgia with his older brother Darren, and parents Darryl and Christine Robinson. Growing up, Derrick achieved the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest attainable award through the Boy Scouts of America. No stranger to hard work and leading a team, Derrick did odd jobs to put himself
through school such as snow removal, lawn care, and sales. After college, Derrick worked for Airtran Airways and then moved on to a management position with Flowers Baking Company in Louisiana. Courtenay, the oldest daughter of Chuck and Cassy Benanzer, grew up in the Greenville school district where she played girls softball and the clarinet for several years before being homeschooled her freshman year of high school in order to travel. Courtenay attended Edison Community College in high school, Gateway Bible College, Indiana University East, and South Eastern Louisiana University to complete her Bachelors Degree in Social Work. Her degree helped distinguish Courtenay in human relations as the personable face of the day-to-day business as Associate Office Administrator, and equipped her with oral and written communication skills as well as leadership and office management abilities. Courtenay is a Sunday school teacher at EUM church and she and Derrick are involved with the Darke County Chamber of Commerce. Current projects include their personal home in Greenville, Harvest Fields Subdivision of Arcanum, and new construction and remodeling in numerous other Ohio and Indiana cities. You can reach Derrick or Courtenay via office phone at (937)-548-5053.