Premier Waterworks has distinguished itself with a tradition of quality products and reliable service. We are a leading municipal supply warehouse offering a wide range of products and services.
With over 100 years of combined employee experience, Premier has a unique tradition of trusted quality service that has been attributed to the commitment of every employee. Our business is both local and Texas owned. The Premier family takes pride in providing superior products and service with the number one priority of customer satisfaction.
Ronnie Moore is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Premier Waterworks, where he leads a team of passionate employees. Ronnie’s influence has been instrumental in developing the company into an innovative utility supply and service powerhouse. Ronnie previously worked as an Account Executive and Product Specialist for 20 years with KWS, prior to becoming the President of Premier Waterworks.
Ronnie was born and raised in the small West Texas town of Kermit, where he was taught the importance of family, hard work, honesty, and dedication. After graduating from Kermit High School in 1985, he attended Texas Tech University earning a bachelor’s degree in business administration. Ronnie currently lives in Lubbock, Texas.
Cris Adamson is the Vice President of Premier Waterworks.
With 25 years experience in the industry, Cris Started with Premier in 1996 when it was K.W. Sharp, Inc.
His knowledge in valve insertion and hot taps has helped Premier be one of the most respected names in the area for these services.
Cris is a chlorination product specialist, and can work with you to troubleshoot problems with your chlorine injection system.
Cris was born in Crane, TX and grew up in Brownfield, TX. Cris graduated from Brownfield High School and later attended Angelo State University and Texas Tech University. Cris is married to Jackie Adamson and has a child, Keegan.
Ron Henslee is the Meter Specialist at Premier. He is a Certified Master Meter Product Specialist focusing on smart meter technology. With over 25 years of sales, service, and marketing experience in West Texas, Ron is able to fully support our customers and meet their needs.
Ron was born and raised in Fort Stockton, TX. He moved to Lubbock for college and has never left. He graduated from Texas Tech University with a BBA in Marketing.
Ron and his wife Kara have three children, Christian, Kennley, and Kamryn. Ron enjoys spending time with his family and playing and watching sports.
Danny Ray Love was born in 1950 in Kinsang,TX. He graduated from Tulia High School in 1969. Danny worked in utilities for over 20 years working for the cities, Tulia, Amherst, Dalhart and Lamesa. Danny sold municipal supplies for Wheeler Municipal Supply which later became Morrison Supply. Danny has been a Municipal Supply salesman for over 25 years.
Danny is a member of the Canyon Masonic Lodge. In 2006 he received the Golden Trowel Award, the highest award a Mason can receive. Danny is also a member of the Amarillo Khiva Shrine Center. In 2001 he received the Unsung Hero Award from the Texas Shrine Clown Association for Outstanding Service and Dedication. He serves as President of the Khiva clowns and also as Hospital Chairman for the Khiva Shrine Center. Danny is a retired firefighter serving over 22 years as a volunteer fireman.
In past years Danny served as President of the Panhandle and Caprock Water Associations. Danny holds a “B” Water and “B” Wastewater license along with a Texas Plumbing Inspector license. Danny and his wife Judy of 41 years reside in Canyon, TX. They have 2 sons, 1 grandson and 3 granddaughters.
Jamey Brings over 25 years of water works industry experience to Premier Waterworks. Jamey brings a strong background in sales to the company. Since joining Premier in 2002, Jamey has been responsible for all aspects of the company’s sale territory for the southwest portion of Texas and eastern New Mexico. Prior to joining Premier, Jamey worked for a water works supply warehouse and the city of Andrews water department. Jamey’s experience in the water works industry has had a tremendous impact on Premier's growth. Most recently, Jamey spearheaded the development and growth of dormant accounts, revitalizing areas and expanded premier's territory boundaries. James played baseball at Ranger JR College and Lubbock Christian University. He is married with 3 children and enjoys playing golf, traveling, and spending time with family.
Jason attended Lubbock Cooper High School and Graduated from New Home High School in 1994. Shortly after graduating high school, Jason joined the United States Navy. He was stationed in Norfolk, VA, where he served on the USS Guam LPH-9 as an Aviation Boatswains Mate Handler.
Jason is an account executive with Premier. Jason is a certified Master Meter product specialist. He also brings more than 10 years of industry experience and knowledge to KWS. Jason’s experience includes agriculture irrigation, strategic chemical planning, and application, as well as, an extensive background in sales.
Jason attended Texas Tech University from 1998-2001. He resides in Lubbock, TX, and has a daughter, Bailey.
Product Development Executive
As the Product development executive Cohl enjoys the challenges of balancing operations and customer service. He specializes in connectivity technology with strategic product sourcing. Cohl’s responsibilities consist of evaluating products, curving supply channels, evaluating economic conditions to anticipate impacts of supply continuity.
Cohl developed his work ethic as a teenager, where he balanced school, athletics, and a job throughout his high school career. He graduated from Eunice High School in 2014.
Brayden is a successful multi-disciplinary team member with accomplished project methodology. Brayden has the ability to devise and facilitate projects while interfacing with public agencies.
Brayden’s responsibilities include managing facility operations as well as administrating primary projects. After discovering a knack for optimizing project efficiencies, Brayden entrenched himself in a leading role within Premier Waterworks.
Brayden graduated from Frenship High School in 2016, then attended South Plains College.
Magen’s personal profile is shaped by strong family values, a superior work ethic and an integrity driven nature that drives her to succeed and motivates her to help people. As an instinctive problem solver, Magen thrives in challenging situations. Magen graduated from Shallowater High School in 2013, then received an associate’s degree from South Plains College before starting her career with Premier.