Wayne Falline and his Standard Oil
Woodhull Oil 1913 Standard Oil bulk plant
Woodhull Oil can trace its roots all the way back to the early 1900’s as a Standard Oil Distributor.
Bolduc and Sons purchased Woodhull Oil in the 1980’s from Wayne Falline who had been a Standard Oil Distributor since the 1940’s
John Heinsen (Grandfather of Monty Bolduc) owns and operates a gas station and petroleum distribution business known as IL Oil Company.
After serving his country in World War II, William returned home and formed Bolduc and Sons, a fertilizer company. From here, a long standing partnership with Standard Oil begins.
After serving his country in the Army, Monty Bolduc returns home to help his father and brother run the family business.
William Bolduc retires from the family business and leaves the business to his sons Monty Bolduc and Brian Bolduc.
A period of growth for Bolduc and Sons: Bolduc and Sons acquires Woodhull Oil, builds Express Lane convenience store and expands the fertilizer and transportation business.
Monty and Connie Bolduc acquire all shares of Bolduc and Sons. A period of growth for Bolduc and Sons begins. Bolduc and Sons expands the transportation business and Woodhull Oil’s business.