Our Team – Mid-Cities/Keller
Dale Altenhofen is the owner/operator of the Southern Painting regional office that serves Mid-Cities/Keller Office.
Dale graduated with a business degree from the Carlson School of Business at the University of Minnesota. He came to Texas in 1982 and moved to Dallas in 1983. In Dallas, he met his wife, Brenda, and they have been happily married for 32 years. They have two sons and a daughter.
Dale has 29 years of experience in the construction industry and feels that integrity is the key to any company for building a strong foundation. He says, “It is important to communicate with, listen to, and understand your customers in order to give them the best experience in painting their homes.”
Brant Altenhofen, Area Manager for Southern Painting, has lived in Texas his entire life. He graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in Economics, and he brings several years of experience in customer service to the Southern Painting family.
When he’s not serving customers, Brant enjoys spending time with family and friends, and he has a strong passion for sports. He supports the Mavericks, Cowboys, Rangers, and Aggies, and frequently attends games. Brant says, “Working for Southern Painting is about meeting customers’ expectations, plus one!”
Phil DiPinto moved to Texas and joined the Southern Painting family in 2004. Phil has a background in building and construction, and places a high importance on relationships. He builds camaraderie with everyone he meets on both personal and professional levels. He strives to ensure a smooth and comfortable working relationship throughout the painting process. Phil’s hands-on approach to customer service has helped grow the business for Southern Painting in the Colleyville, Southlake, Grapevine, Trophy Club, and Irving areas.
Phil is a Veteran of Foreign Wars with the U.S. Navy and served with Honor in Vietnam. He is originally from New York and conducted business in Tower 1 of New York’s World Trade Center. He has a son and two beautiful grandchildren here in Texas.