Meet Greg Huber, owner of Fanny’s Furniture & Kitchens

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At Refined, we recognize the importance of local businesses in our community. We often only see the business storefront, products and services, and never get to know the business owners behind the scenes. Refined is proud to profile two business owners who are winning at their game, and help you get to know them better with some personal and fun questions.

Where did you grow up/which schools did you attend? I was born and raised in Regina and attended Sheldon Williams Collegiate as well as the University of Regina.

What led you into this business/career? Family business and a new challenge.

What do you love most about your business? Helping people make their dreams come true with great new kitchens!

What is your most important characteristic? Integrity

How do you support the community/social causes? I have coached numerous different sports and continue to coach my kids now.

What do you value in your friends? Loyalty and trust.

Who is the living person that you admire most? My mom, is an amazing businesswoman, wife, mother and grandmother.

What one piece of advice would you give your younger self? Start buying real estate early.

Let’s talk favourites:

Vacation - Huatulco, Mexico

Book - Dr. Joe and What You Didn’t Know

Movie - Tombstone

Song - Over the Hills and Far Away

Food - Ribs

Dessert - Sticky Toffee Pudding

Vehicle - Toyota Tundra

Way to relax - On a beach, any beach

What is your motto? If it was easy, everyone would do it!

What talent would you like to have? Mindreading. 

What would your friends say are your best/worst traits? The best is loyalty and the worst is forgetfulness.

When did you make a difference? Coaching young athletes in multiple sports.

What brings you joy? My girls… all three of them!

How did you know you were on the right path? I don’t think there is only one path. If you like what you do, you are on one of the right paths.

Do you ever consider closing your doors? What business advice would you give to others? Everyone does at some point.  Do everything with honesty and integrity and you can’t lose.

Photos by Paperwhite Photography

Published on December 27, 2019 under Explore, Uncategorized


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