President - Owner
Growing up in the Portland area as the son of an HVAC contractor who became a builder and retired as the senior mechanical inspector for the City of Portland, it’s no surprise that I chose building and development as my path. Some of my earliest memories are racing around crawl spaces and attics, helping my dad lay out the ductwork on jobs.
I got out of the Army at 21 years old and started working on construction sites doing odd jobs, clean up, framing, siding whatever I could do to learn. Just a few short months later I started managing the developing and building of my first subdivision on 139th just north of Burnside. I still drive by it from time to time. I was 22 years old and learned very quickly that the best way to manage people and processes was to create a team atmosphere. No one wanted to listen to a 22 year old tell them what to do or how to do it, but they did want the team to accomplish the goal. From that day on relationships and mutual respect mattered most to me.
After developing hundreds of lots, building hundreds of homes and completing countless remodeling jobs for other people I decided I wanted to do it on my own. I knew I would need an amazing team. The Anlon team has grown to include the best realtors, engineers, architects, office managers, controllers, project managers and sub contractors. After all this time the one thing that has not changed is my desire to create the absolute best team to accomplish the goal. Our goal is simple, do the best job we possibly can for each and every client every day, no matter how big or small the job is.
A few years ago, just after starting Anlon Construction, I met my amazing wife who helped me realize that business is about so much more than money; it is about the experience and the relationships we create along the way. I want a company that my wife, my kids and I can all be proud of. We learn something new every day and every day we try to improve. I am one of the lucky ones. I truly get to say that I love what I do.
Michael Dickey grew up in San Jose California, while he was in high school he started working
with a neighborhood handyman doing odd jobs from landscaping to small remodels. He
realized quickly that he had a passion for construction. He has been in the construction industry
for 30 years working his way up the ladder from laborer, carpenter,foreman,superintendent to
project manager He has worked on production homes and multi million dollar custom homes
but mainly focused on the custom homes which is where he found his heart at, including a
10,000 sq ft French Manor. Most of the materials were shipped from France Using recycled
materials from old buildings. This project made the cover of Veranda Magazine in September of
2007 His attention to detail and hard work ethics have brought him to where he is today and
feels so fortunate to have a career and home with Anlon Construction.
He has been married to his wife Aaren for 20 years they grew up in the same neighborhood and
have been friends since jr. high. They have a daughter Shelby and two boys Jacob and Ryan
they are all teenagers and keep the house full of energy and happiness. When not working
Michael enjoys spending time with his family and coaching whatever sports his children are
playing. He and his family moved to Battle Ground Washington to raise their kids and fill their
dream of having a home in the mountains and a small hobby farm with goats and chickens.
I grew up in Oregon City where my passion during my teenage years was roller skating. It was at the skating rink that I met my future husband and was first introduced to the world of residential home building. My husband’s father and uncles were all home builders in the Oregon City area. When I was 20 years old, we moved to Homer, Alaska. We soon realized that being that far away from our loved ones did not align with our family values and moved back to our home in Oregon. It was at that point we decided to start our own residential construction business. Soon after we also started our family, first welcoming our son and then our daughter. I became a stay-at-home mom and ran the office of our construction company.
When our children were in high school, I decided I wanted to pursue a college education. I went on to get my associate, bachelor, and finally a Master’s Degree in Education. I taught in the public school system for a number of years and then decided to take a break. During this break the opportunity to work at Anlon Construction was presented. After accepting the position, I soon realized I had joined a very special team of professionals.
In my free time I love spending time with my family. I also enjoy taking long road trips with my husband with our trailer in tow. I live in an old farmhouse and have a hobby farm where I am passionate about gardening, raising chickens, and preserving food. I have recently taken up painting, in particular painting barn quilts.
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McKenna has literally grown up in this business and loves seeing daddy and his team build houses. She is still a little confused that every house that is being built is not being built by Anlon and dad says that’s ok.
Her favorite part of the business is the team. She loves getting to know the people and learning all about them and thier dogs. On the job sites, McKenna focuses on the details: from picking up nails and trash and questioning why people are making the choices that they are in their home.
Her major skills are writing on the white board, taking gum from other employee’s desks and checking the overall quaility of homes, especially opening and closing all the cabinet doors.
McKenna currently spends her days as a Redland Wildcat and works for the company very part time but loves learning and is excited to someday be in charge.
When asked what she would say to people thinking about building a home she said “Daddy and his team build the best houses and I can’t wait to meet the people you guys get to build for”.
That seems like a solid sales pitch to us.