Ruppert opens D.C. branch, promotes McGehee to manager

March 26, 2015 -  By
Charlotte McGehee

Charlotte McGehee

Ruppert Landscape promoted Charlotte McGehee to branch manager of a new landscape management branch in Washington, D.C.

“The position Charlotte is filling has been the direct result of a new branch opening in the region,” said Doug Halsey, vice president and regional director of the landscape management division. “With her strong leadership traits, her determined approach and her passion for both customer and employee satisfaction, Charlotte will play a lead role in helping us maintain and further our presence in the D.C. market. We are looking forward to the contributions she will make within the branch and the relationships she will create with our existing and new customers.”

McGehee has been with Ruppert Landscape full-time for five years, during which time she has served as a landscape construction division executive assistant, landscape construction purchaser and project manager. As branch manager, she will be responsible for the overall development and health of the branch including the growth and development of her team, strategic planning, budgeting training and day-to-day operations. McGehee graduated from the University of Richmond with a Bachelor of Arts in international relations.

Until a permanent location is found in D.C., McGehee and her team will operate out of Forestville, Md. The D.C. branch will join 17 existing branch offices that are located throughout the East Coast, supporting the landscape construction and landscape management divisions of the company.

“By opening a new branch in a metropolitan area like D.C., our teams will be able to reach their job sites quicker, thus enabling us to be more responsive to our customers and provide better service,” said Phil Key, president. “We look forward to finding a permanent location in the coming months.”

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