Local farmers start Hudsonville Creamery as a co-operative.
Hudsonville Creamery starts making six flavors of ice cream- Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry, Butter Pecan, Orange Pineapple, and Tootie Fruitie.
Dick Hoezee starts working at Hudsonville Creamery.
Dick Hoezee buys controlling interest in the co-op.
Hudsonville Creamery moves to Burnips, Michigan.
Dick Hoezee sells the business to his four sons: Dell, Jack, Rich & Phil. During this time, Hudsonville Ice Cream becomes a West Michigan favorite expanding its availability.
Local West Michigan family buys Hudsonville Creamery & Ice Cream.
Manufacturing and offices are re-located to Holland, Michigan.
Hudsonville expands to Eastern Michigan becoming available in metro Detroit grocery stores and ice cream parlors.
Distribution of Hudsonville Ice Cream includes all of Michigan and selected areas of Ohio, Indiana & Illinois.