Founded in 1946 in the North Highlands region of Sacramento, Edith and Vincent Livingston set out to create a simple concrete and delivery company. Today, their legacy of being “the good service company” is being stewarded by their grown children Patti Henley, Richard, Michael, and Larry Livingston. “We are approaching our third generation of leadership and we like to provide – as one of our staffers says – ‘concrete magic’,” says Patti.

Over the many years since they began, the Livingston’s have not only provided great services, but made it a point of emphasis to give back to the community. “We serve our community by supporting children’s programs to senior programs and everything in between,” says Michael. “We feel it is our obligation and honor to serve and offer a hand up when needed.”

When the Livingston’s were asked to participate in Columbia Bank’s Pass It On Project, they were thrilled at the opportunity and knew exactly how they wanted to help. To continue in their spirit of giving, Livingston’s Concrete is providing concrete supplies and services to a local organization that helps people experiencing homelessness and Columbia Bank is paying the bill. “We are passing it on to Acres of Hope which helps women and children break the cycle of homelessness,” says Patti. “With Columbia Bank’s generous gift, we will be providing concrete supplies and service so that they can begin to expand a number of their housing units.”