Partner, Executive Operations Manager
Brian launched Landscapes USA in the Oklahoma City area in 1999 and was responsible for the start up and growth of the Oklahoma landscape maintenance operations. Since that time we have grown, adding the Tulsa and Stillwater markets. Prior to LUSA, Brian was responsible for the Dallas / Ft. Worth region with Clean Cut. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Oklahoma. He is a past officer of BOMA and is an active member of the AACO and IFMA. Brian is on the Adult Committee for Young Life in S. Central Oklahoma, leads his son’s Scout Den and teaches second grade at Wildwood Community Church. He is married and has three great children.
Account Manager (Oklahoma City)
Tad has been in the landscaping industry for three years and joined the LUSA team early in 2017. His very first landscaping job was in 2007 at Pikes Family Nursery.
His favorite thing about his work as an Account Manager for LUSA is the customer interaction and using creativity to meet his customers’ needs. In his spare time, Tad enjoys fishing and traveling.
Account Manager (Tulsa)
Brad is originally from Arlington, Texas and has lived in Tulsa since 1991. He went to Oklahoma State University at Tulsa and received his degree in Marketing. Brad worked for a horticulture company for five years as an applicator and turf care specialist. He then spent several years in sales in the manufacturing industry.
Now, he is back in the landscaping industry doing what he enjoys best. His favorite thing about LUSA is being able to spend time outdoors while impressing customers with what our services can do to add value to their property.
Brad and his wife got married seven years ago in Sydney, Australia. In his free time, he enjoys playing golf, smoking meat on his smoker, hunting, taking his dog (Tom Selleck) to the lake in the summer, landscaping his yard and spending time outdoors.
Cindy is from Guthrie, Oklahoma. She graduated from Oklahoma State University with a degree in Horticulture & Landscape Architecture, and she has been in the landscaping business for many years.
When asked about how she got started in landscaping, Cindy shared, “My grandparents had a flower shop and greenhouses when I was growing up. I followed my grandfather around the greenhouses all day ‘helping him’ with whatever he was doing. When I was older, I would work there after I got out of school. I have been playing with plants all my life.”
In her spare time, Cindy enjoys working in her own yard and road biking (she logs around 2,000 mile per year).