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Since 1963, Lark Electric has been setting the standard for electrical contracting. Due to Larks vast infrastructure, we can serve clients from small projects to large complex projects.

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Lark Electric’s low voltage division specializes in, data infrastructure, sound masking, audio visual, and CCTV systems.

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Lark Electric, LLC holds dear to its roots

Lark Electric Company was founded in 1963 as a partnership between Dan Fulkerson and Walter Newcom with one goal in mind, to provide exceptional service at an exceptional rate. After a few years, the partnership was dissolved, and the stocks were purchased by Dan Fulkerson and son’s Michael Fulkerson, Richard Fulkerson, and an investor Dick Murphy. Dick Murphy’s stock was later purchased by Michael Fulkerson and the company became Lark Electric Company Incorporated a few years after.

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By Keith Lawrence Messenger-Inquirer

September 5, 2021


Ross Hyland is a young man on the move.


He’s bought or created three companies in three cities in less than two years.
In October 2020, with the coronavirus pandemic still buffeting the economy, the 23-year-old bought Lark Electric, a company that was started in 1963 by Daniel Fulkerson.


Last year, he expanded it into the Lexington market and beyond.


Hyland said he plans to do long-term projects in Lexington, Louisville, Cincinnati, Frankfort and Elizabethtown from that office.


The company has also branched out into audio-visual systems, security cameras, fire alarms and door access security systems.


Earlier this year, he moved Lark Electric from its long-time home at 901 W. Third St to 215. E. 18th St. — the former Best-One Tire & Service location.


“We’re renovating it and putting in offices,” he said at the time. “We’ve doubled the size of our staff. I don’t like to say how many people we have because my competitors are always trying to hire them away.”


And now, Hyland has purchased Patterson Westbrook Electrical Contractors in Bowling Green.
“Its owners were starting to think about retirement and were deciding what to do about the business,” he said. “I approached them about buying it.”


The owners agreed to the sale and agreed to stay on for two years to help Hyland.

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