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Previously known as Beulah Land Plantation, Buckhead Ranch was established in June of 2017.  Jimmy and Dean Richardson established Beulah Land Plantation in 2002.  Jimmy owned a large food company and utilized Beulah Land Plantation as a corporate retreat to entertain close friends and business partners.  The Richardson brothers decided to hold a kids camp each year, Camp Debbie Lou, in honor of their sister that passed away in 2004.  In 2006, Jimmy sold his food company and began focusing completely on Camp Debbie Lou.  In 2012, Henry Moree purchased the entire property from Jimmy Richardson, with the agreement that they would be allowed to hold the annual Camp Debbie Lou.  Buckhead Ranch has since turned into a world-class destination for families and corporate groups from all across the United States.



HB Moree Companies is a family owned business. Since 1978, Henry Moree has held ownership in and restructured more than 20 companies across Manufacturing, Transportation (commercial and medical), Rental, Dredge, Farming, Golf Courses, Hunting Preserves, Automotive Sales, Flying Services, Racing and Import/Distribution (domestic and international).

Our portfolio of businesses includes, but not limited to: 


HB Moree Companies is one of the largest veteran-owned businesses in the state of South Carolina.















PPM, the first of many companies.

Having founded his first company, PPM in 1978, Henry Moree led the company in all day-to-day operations, while working in conjunction with the EMCOR Building Services Leadership Team, until 2015. Henry's relationship-oriented management style helped establish a core management team with an average tenure of nearly 20 years.

Focusing on the five key principles that shape the company's vision— safety, quality, productivity, dependability, and training— Henry led PPM in its efforts at becoming a valued partner to all its industrial customers. PPM's project-management approach has developed many 20- and 30-year continuous partnerships with power, pulp and paper, and general manufacturing customers.




Henry brings over 40 year’s experience as a tradesman, supervisor, and manager in the mechanical maintenance and construction sector. For 37 years, he’s served as President of PPM. Prior to taking on his key executive role, Henry personally supervised hundreds of outages, shutdowns, capital renovation projects, and expansion projects.


Henry is a retired Marine and was twice elected mayor of his hometown, Society Hill, South Carolina, where he still resides.


The Personal Side

Henry and his wife, Kelly, have two children, Hunter and Henly. Henry has two grandchildren, Boyd and Hannah Blair. His oldest child Hank is actively involved at PPM as the Executive Vice President and COO. In his free time, Henry enjoys hunting, fishing, go-cart racing, traveling, and looking after his hunting and fishing preserve.

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