Meet Our Framers
Meleana Moore is a lifelong resident of Virginia. She was raised in Stafford with four siblings by entrepreneur parents. Hard work was a common theme in her household and the kids learned to work together early on to accomplish tasks too big to handle alone. Using resources from their parents woodworking business, each family member had a hand in building Meleana’s childhood home. Her first official job was in Old Town Fredericksburg at a soda fountain and pharmacy, Goolricks. It was at this job that Meleana fell in love with Old Towns. She attended a few different colleges and studied accounting before meeting Mark and taking over the bookkeeping at his auto shop. After five years of owning the auto shop the two made the difficult decision to close it and move to Warrenton to purchase Framecraft in 2008.
Meleana's great attention to detail, creative mind, tireless work ethic, and love of art combine to make her well-suited to take on any project you throw her way. Meleana has three beautiful children who have been raised at Framecraft and help her there regularly, continuing the family tradition.
Mark has been an active part of Framecraft for almost a decade. A Virginia small-town native, he has owned multiple businesses over the years after graduating from the University of Mary Washington with a degree in business leadership and management. His decades-long experience in woodworking and artistry give him the insight to come up with creative solutions to your unique framing projects. Aside from making customer's smile, Mark's favorite part of working at Framecraft is the chance to work side-by-side with his wonderful wife and family every day.