The Waterware team work to live, not the other way around but we work hard when it counts and remain conscious of the families whom are reliant on our company remaining prosperous and healthy.
Adam Yearsley - Director
Darren Yearsley - Director
Lisa Scholtens - Director
Now a Scholtens but still a Yearsley, Lisa brings balance and the missing 3rd dimension to the board room table along with spectacular chocolate afghans. Lisa is multi-talented and capable of just about anything from sales support to product development.
Jerry Croxford - General Manager
David Ronayne - Sth.Is Technical Sales Territory Manager
David is our number 1 'South Island Intelligence Agent'. Years of working in the shady world of the plumbing industry means David is well connected
and well respected by us and his peers. Although David's primary missions involve trade related plumbing and heating products, he is equally knowledgeable
when it comes to front of wall if you need any intel.
Joff Croxford - Inventory Manager
Sau Nua - Warehouse Manager
Kevin Palmer - Upper Nth.Is Technical Sales Manager
Shane Ebrey - Technical Product Specialist
Ross Colebourne - Tech Team Support
Ross joined us mid 2017, seamlessly settling in and proving himself to be an invaluable member of the technical team. Always one to work hard and often doesn't havelunch 'til 3pm, his laid back and relaxed nature helps to balance out the office personalities.
Ben Croxford - Art Director
Multi-talented in the arts and the go-to guy for new movie and TV show reviews, we figured he deserved nothing less than 'Director' in his title. Forever impressing the team with his creative skills, Ben will keep the Waterware brand fresh and innovative. He's one of three Croxford siblings at Waterware, and often gets confused with his twin brother, Jerry...
Betty Taituave - Accounting Technician
Our office angel, we sometimes wonder if Betty has wings and a halo. Always pleasant, always helpful – we all want to be more like Betty. Impossible to
unsettle so don’t even try.
Danielle Ware - Marketing and Operations Assistant Manager
Dianne Jonsson - Office Support
Dianne started with us in 2017 to help out while Betty was on maternity leave, but now Betty's back onboard we just can't seem to let Dianne go! Massively helpful with all the day-to-day running's, right from customer service to accounts to clearing out the crowded storage room, we can't imagine life without her now.
James Cuddihy - Lower Nth.Is Technical Sales Territory Manager
There was one very strong argument for not hiring James – he was one of our best customers in Wellington. Fortunately for us both, James is so well connected within the capital city’s plumbing and heating market he has made us too busy to look back.
Janelle Matthews - Office Support and Administration
With Betty on maternity leave, we needed someone awesome to jump in and keep the admin and accounts side of the business running like clockwork. Janelle is sweet-natured and always happy to lend a helping hand.
Lewis Hughes - Tech Team Support
We think it’s a good strategy to employ the millennial generation because their mortgages will be so huge they will be encouraged to work long and hard. Lewis is living up to this expectation and packs a physics and chemistry degree which has lifted the average intelligence of our tech team while baffling us daily with completely useless facts and figures.
Meagan Sevenster - Customer Service & Sales Support
If you've called our office lately and had a welcoming voice on the phone (and perhaps even heard her infamous giggle) then no doubt you've spoken to our newbie, Meagan. Always happy and cheerful, she is the definition of customer service with a smile.
Rachael Evans - Lower Nth.Is FOW Territory Manger
After running into ethical problems cloning Rochelle it was inevitable we would need to draw from local talent to find someone tough enough for the lower north island front of wall sales territory. We know from Rachael's previous experience rejuvenating the Home Ideas Center that toughness wasn't a problem and her desire to succeed would be more than a match for the challenges ahead.