People on the Move: Spring-Green vp retires; Executive Landscaping hires vp


Spring-Green Lawn Care Vice President Terry Bradford retired after 34 years with the company. He was also COO of the Spring-Green-owned Superior Lawns. Rich Helfrich, a nine-year veteran of Spring-Green, assumed Bradford’s positions. Bradford joined Spring-Green in 1981 as a franchise support representative, now known as a business consultant. Before becoming vice president, he served as branch manager in northeast Wisconsin. “My most memorable moments at Spring-Green are the close relationships built over the years with so many wonderful individuals,” he said.

Schiller Grounds Care hired Anne Marie Sanicola as product manager, working on the company’s Ryan and Steiner product lines. Sanicola previously worked for two national tractor and construction equipment companies. She has a bachelor’s in communication and psychology and a master’s in instructional design and broadcasting. Both degrees come from Marquette University in Milwaukee. She will be working at the Johnson Creek, Wis., manufacturing facility.

Central Turf & Irrigation Supplya wholesale distributor of irrigation, landscape, lighting and equipment supplies, promoted Bruce Routzahn as director of regional sales. After spending 12 years in sales and marketing positions with Black & Decker, he spent the past five years as regional sales manager for Rain Bird Corp. Routzahn has a bachelor’s in business administration from Towson University.

Executive Landscaping, a commercial and residential installation, maintenance and irrigation service company serving the Gulf Coast, named David Pierce vice president of the company, the Pensacola News Journal reports. Since joining Executive in 2010, he has managed the day to day operations of the company’s installation, maintenance and irrigation services. The company also promoted Scott Thornberry to director of design and installation. Thornberry, a landscape architect, joined Executive in 2014 and has 15 years of experience in landscape design and construction.

Takeuchi-US made numerous personnel changes recently. The company hired Mark Barndollar as northeast regional business manager. He has 20 years of experience in sales. Dean Hoffman, who spent the past six years as a regional service manager for the company, was appointed to southeast product manager. Robert Brooks, who has worked in small engine repair for 30 years, was named southwest region service manager. Chad Rackley was promoted from the product support department, where he spent the past five years, to southeast region service manager.

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