Meet the Team

As a family business, the experts in our store have a close relationship with our customers and with one another. Whether we’re related by blood or our passion for horticulture, each member of the Meadow View staff is here to help you plant the garden of your dreams.

Anne2 2014Anne – President, CEO

Responsible for wholesale, crop selection, scheduling and financial aspects, Anne makes sure Meadow View continues to grow and serve our customers like cherished family.

 

 

Brenda1 2014Brenda – VP, Office Administration, Sales

Working with Meadow View for over 20 years has found Brenda as a co-owner of the company. She assists Anne and makes sure we’re selling products that are only the best for our customers.

 

Scott – VP, Retail Manager

As our retail overseer, Scott boasts 34 years of horticultural experience. Along with ensuring we have a bountiful inventory for our customers to choose from, Scott also gets his hands dirty around the greenhouses to make sure our products are top notch.

 

 

 

Earl1 2014Earl – Founder, VP

Our “dad” here at Meadow View, Earl has held positions in management, sales and marketing with national wholesale nurseries and horticultural companies. Earl founded us in 1984.

 

Brian – VP

Want to know who gets your plants growing? Brian is our man behind the scenes growing all the seedlings. He also designs, builds and maintains our environmental controls for the healthiest conditions for our flora.

 

 

 

DavidR1 2014David – General Manager

After several years of working for us part-time, David joined Meadow View full-time in 2008 to keep our business blooming. He keeps our teams on track so we’re always providing the best service and products possible.

 

We have many more dedicated, enthusiastic members who’d gladly help make your next gardening project a reality. See more of our staff in the slideshow below.

Many of our staff members are trained Ohio Certified Nursery Technicians and can offer their expert advice from selecting the best plants to best practices for maintenance.

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