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.