Stratton D. Yatron
President and CFO
Wilson High School – West Lawn, PA 1984
Albright College – Reading, PA 1987: BS Business Administration / Finance
Adelphi Kitchens, Inc. – CFO 1987 – present
Adelphi Realty Co. – Partner, 1987 – present
Glenview Capital – Industry Consultant, 2010 – Present
Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturer’s Association – Director 2002 – 2008, 2011 – present
Berkshire Country Club – Director 1995 – 2012, President 2009 – 2011
National Penn Bank (NPBC) Director 2001 – 2009
Community Independent Bank (CIB) Director 1997 – 2001
Committee on Youth Work – Union League of Philadelphia 2004 – 2008
Better Business Bureau of E. PA – Director 1995 – 2000
South Heidelberg Township Planning Commission 1993 – 1995
Reading/Berks Habitat for Humanity – Director 1994 – 1998
2 Sons – Stratton Andrew Yatron, Thomas Ian Yatron
John L. Conlon, Jr.
Vice President, Sales & Marketing
After graduating high school and Berks Technology for building construction and cabinetry, John joined his father in his home improvement business. There he learned about the repair and remodeling of a home or business.
1976 John was hired by his father-in-law, Paul P. Yatron, to work at Adelphi Kitchens Inc.. Under Paul’s tutelage, John learned all aspects of manufacturing cabinets.
1987 John was moved to customer service, were he enjoyed the one on one contact with the customers.
1990 John became part of the Sales Department, where he had contact with customers and prospective clients.
1995 John became Vice President Sales & Marketing.
As you can see. John has made his job at Adelphi Kitchens, his life long career with hope of carrying on the traditions and standards of the founding brothers.
Vice President, Manufacturing
I started my career as a cabinetmaker in 1978 at Kountry Kraft Kitchens. After a large downsizing that same year I started at Richmaid Kitchens, worked as foreman until 1984, and in 1985 I started at Adelphi Kitchens in the cutting and framing department. Later adding purchasing, research and development, and CNC programing, in 2015 I moved to Vice President of Manufacturing. I have enjoyed working with many skilled wood workers and material vendors over these 40 years and I’m sure there are still many more exciting things to come.
One week after graduating High School, I started working at Adelphi Kitchens and Cabinetry. I’m also a graduate of Vo-Tech West in the Carpentry/Millwork Field. In 1986, I left the company to pursue other interests. I returned in 1999 as the Dealer Services Manager and in 2015, I was promoted to Plant Manager. 2018 marked my 30th year with the company.
Director of Business Development & Client Relations
After several years of experience working in Public Relations, Event Planning and Management, I started to design for Adelphi Kitchens in 2003. I didn’t have kitchen design experience at the time, but fit the “willing to train the right person” role. Designing beautiful spaces within Kitchen/Bath Industry came naturally, but what I enjoyed as much were the relationships I built. Later I accepted a position as a Sales Representative for Adelphi Kitchens and while I truly enjoyed the relationships I was forming, I couldn’t escape the natural part of me that hungers for creativity. As a strategic thinker and visionary I found myself voluntarily involved in the Business entity of the company. Sharing my perspectives and ideas led to more responsibility in the development facet of the business and in 2018 I was officially offered the position as Adelphi’s Director of Business Development and Client Relations.
I began with Adelphi in December 1984. Currently I am the Operations Manager with oversight in Information Technology and Human Recourses.
In 1988 I started Adelphi working on the dock and driving trucks. In 1997 I began processing all repairs and miscellaneous orders, making sure they were completed on time and sent back to the dealers in a timely matter. In 2001, truck, dock and new order schedules and deliveries were added to my responsibilities. Since the beginning of my time at Adelphi, I have met and worked with many people from all over the country. I take pride in the relationships I have with our dealers and customers, knowing that they can always contact me with any of their issues, and I will do whatever it takes to answer their questions and satisfy their needs.
Factory Division Supervisor
Skilled in cutting panel saws, running computerized drilling machines, cabinet assembly, sanding, edge-banding and more. Promoted to Supervisor in 2016.
Accounts Payable & Receivable
Susie handles billing, general accounting and bookkeeping, and collection.
Order Processing & Custom Quoting
In charge of processing orders while assisting dealers on a daily basis with order and quoting inquiries.
House Design & Sales
I.T. & Order Processing
Cabinet Door Specialist
I worked retail in the Tech departments selling PC’s, cameras and such, and also repairing computers on the side before starting Adelphi Kitchens at age 21. Since then I’ve worked nearly every position in the office environment including most technology repairs. Even though it is a somewhat small portion of my work, my unique specialty here is with our outsourced doors, drawers, and wainscots… earning the moniker “Dave the Door Man”. In 2014 I was promoted to the position I now hold and am responsible for overseeing all daily office happenings, along with still performing (as needed) many of my old duties from the past decades as well.
Keith E. Reifsnyder
Service Team Lead
Keith joined Adelphi Kitchens in April 2019 after 11 years working in the kitchen hardware industry. He is a 2002 graduate of Warwick High School in Lititz and received Bachelor’s Degrees from Lebanon Valley College in 2006. Keith oversees the inside customer service team and, as brand manager, is responsible for the website, print & digital marketing materials, and working with the developers of the 2020 and ProKitchen catalogs.
Outside of the kitchen world, Keith enjoys designing with a focus on typography and color theory, photography, and especially music.
Production Order Entry
Penny enters orders to the factory for production and completes quality checking prior to shipment.