About Us

Pfendler  Post & Pole
started in business in April of 1985.  Leo is a transplant from Fryburg, Pennsylvania and moved to Montana in 1972.  In August of 1975, he married a local girl, Sherry Skinner, who grew up on a ranch west of Hall, MT.  They have three children - Jeremy, Christian, and Racquel. Leo began sawing timber on the right-of-way for the Bonneville Power line in 1984 when he realized there was a need for a post and pole yard in the area, as there was none at that time. Leo and his wife Sherry purchased the post yard business during the winter of 1985-1986, and moved it to its current location on the east end of Drummond.  The present site, just off of I-90 makes it a very convenient location for suppliers and buyers alike.

The business employs 10 full time people, including Leo and Sherry, and provides jobs for many self-employed cutters.  The business supplies a variety of products, such as tree stakes, rails, posts, jack-legs, crotch-legs, doweled-rail fencing, gates, and split-rails.  The product can be purchased doweled, peeled or unpeeled, and untreated or treated with CCA wood preservative.

Leo Pfendler was a charter member of the Intermountain Roundwood Association.  This association's purpose is to promote roundwood products and educate the public in the buying of high quality roundwood material.  They have also been instrumental in the utilization of sub-sawlog material in areas where there are large amounts of trees

14 Jens Frontage Road | Drummond, MT | 59832                                                       Family Owned & Operated Since 1985
Ph. 406.288.3817 | Fax 406.288.3260 | Email
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