Littleton plumbing company files for Chapter 7 bankruptcy

Plumber uses two wrenches to tighten a fitting

(Courtesy Wikipedia)

A Littleton plumbing company has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

Vision Plumbing said in a June 15 filing that it owes around $2.2 million to approximately 10 creditors. The company listed assets of $496,707.

Chapter 7 bankruptcies are typically a liquidation process, with a trustee appointed to oversee a sale of the debtor’s assets.

Raymond Kelley is listed as the company’s owner and president, with offices at 5270 Fox Meadow Drive in Littleton.

Aurora Winnelson, a plumbing supply wholesaler, is among the company’s largest creditors; the bankruptcy filing said Vision Plumbing owes more than $1 million for “materials and promissory notes.”

Vision Plumbing also owes $528,244 to Ferguson Enterprises, a major U.S. plumbing distributor.

Aaron Conrardy of Littleton’s Wadsworth Garber Warner Conrardy is representing Vision Plumbing in the bankruptcy proceedings. He did not respond to a request for comment.

Plumber uses two wrenches to tighten a fitting

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