Rocky Mountain Furniture Restoration

est. 1977

About Rocky Mountain Furniture Restoration

Rocky Mountain Furniture Restoration Staff
From left to Right: Jeff, Steve, Bill, and shop friend.


RMFR Staff

Stephen Parker

Owner/Master Restorer

Born and raised in the hardwood forests of New England, Steve never met a tree he didn't like to climb; so it comes as no surprise that today, as then, he has a love for the strength and beauty of wood. After graduating from Boston University, Steve moved to northern New Hampshire where he soon began an apprenticeship restoring antique furniture and heirlooms.

Rocky Mountain Furniture Restoration was established in Bozeman, MT, in 1977 and the fascination with beautiful wood grain and solid joinery of fine furniture continues to this day.

When not in the shop, Steve spends as much time as possible with his wife, Holly, floating and fishing Montana streams in the summer and skiing the Rockies in the winter. In all seasons his three grand kids are usually somewhere nearby.

Email -

T. William Anderson

Master woodworker / Production Manager

Bill brings 30 yrs. of construction carpentry, cabinetry, custom woodworking and wood finishing experience to RMFR. Veneer projects, wood turning and re-creating wood joinery are areas where Bill's artistry is most keenly applied.

When not spending time with his wife of 20 years and their four daughters and grand kids, Bill can either be found on one of Montana's many trout streams pursuing his passion for fly fishing or at a workbench creating 1/87th scale railroad models.

Email -

Jeff Acord


After serving four years in the U.S Air Force Jeff went into telecommunications and Product Management/Marketing and a side career as a freelance writer for a couple decades before deciding to pursue his passion for art through woodcarving and later, functional art design. He had the great fortune of mentoring with a master wood carver in 2005/ 2006; an experience that has had lasting effects and benefits which have found a home at RMFR.

Jeff spends his time away from restoration in his own woodcarving studio at his home in Belgrade, MT. He loves to share all things "Rocky Mountain" with his wife, Mary-camping, hunting, fly fishing and backpacking. He also counts it a blessing to share time afield with the "boys" from RMFR.

Email -