Office Staff

The Kew Forest Plumbing office staff is here to provide you with responsive, professional plumbing and heating business services.

Darren Lundin


Darren is a fourth-generation New York City master plumber and has over 38 years of plumbing, heating, and sprinkler experience.

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Paul Lundin

Vice President

As a fourth-generation New York City master plumber, Paul has been working in the plumbing and heating industry himself for over 34 years.

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William Wagner

Assistant Vice President

Bill, a New York City Licensed Master Plumber (#1498), has been working with Kew Forest Plumbing and Heating for over 42 years now.

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Sharon DeCoursey

Office Manager / Bookkeeper

Sharon is proud to be an integral part of Kew-Forest Plumbing’s team since 2001. She has over 30 years of experience.

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Michelle Gutierrez

Administrative Asst. / DOB Liaison

Michelle has over 21 years of customer service experience. She has worked in the plumbing field for more than 18 years.

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Wendy Caceres-Diaz

Administrative Assistant / Collections

Wendy has over 10 years of experience in customer service and has been with Kew-Forest Plumbing since early 2020.

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Our Partners & Quality Plumbing Brands

Kew Forest Plumbing & Heating employs industry leading partners & quality plumbing brands. View a list of Kew Forest approved partners and brands. Contact us for more information about our Kew Forest approved partners and brands today.


Kew Forest Plumbing & Heating loves Queens! We are consistently involved in the surrounding communities through the efforts of our caring colleagues. Read more about the surrounding areas of Ridgewood, Glendale, Middle Village, Maspeth Queens. Kew Forest Plumbing proudly supports the RGMVM Little League.

Ridgewood, Queens

Originally, Ridgewood was part of the Dutch settlement Boswijk (Bushwick) and was later incorporated into the village of Breuckelen (Brooklyn). A legacy of this past stands today; Onderdonk House, which was erected in 1709. The house is the oldest Dutch Colonial stone house in New York City.

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Glendale, Queens

By the mid-nineteenth century, Fresh Ponds was a thriving German farming community. In 1860, George C. Schott, a developer, was given a large amount of land in Fresh Ponds as repayment for a debt. He renamed the land Glendale after his hometown in Ohio.

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Middle Village, Queens

The area was settled around 1816 by people of English descent and was named in the early nineteenth-century for its location as the midpoint between the then towns of Williamsburg, Brooklyn and Jamaica, Queens on the Williamsburgh and Jamaica Turnpike which opened in 1816.

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Maspeth, Queens

The area known today as Maspeth was chartered by Dutch and English settlers in the mid-17th century. The Dutch had purchased land in the area known today as Queens in 1635, and within a few years began chartering towns. In 1642 they settled Maspat, under a charter granted to Rev.

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