Tommy is our arborist expert.
He has worked at Alaska's Denali National Park,
Ruppert Nurseries and Bartlett Tree Experts.
Tommy has always been an "outside guy." When other kids were playing videos games and watching TV, Tommy was outside exploring the woods or riding bikes and skateboards.
Gonzaga College High School- '14
Bachelors Forest Resource Management West Virginia Univ. - '18
Greg has worked 8 years in the lawn care and landscaping
industry. He has worked for Ruppert Landscaping and
now owns his own business "Parsley Lawn Care."
He is the "Hardest Working Man in Silver Spring!"
Montgomery Blair High School- '14
Tom retired from the U.S. Navy as a Captain after 27 years
of service. He was an aircraft carrier-based pilot who flew
Sikorsky H-3 Sea King and H-60 Seahawk helicopters and made multiple deployments around the world. These helicopters performed Search and Rescue (SAR), Anti-submarine Warfare,
Fleet Logistics and Combat Search and Rescue (SAR in hostile territory) missions. He also served two tours as a
Test Pilot at N.A.S. Patuxent River in Saint Mary's County, MD.
Tom's last few years in the Navy were at the Pentagon where he specialized in Defense Acquisition Program Management.
Gonzaga College High School- '81
Bachelors Mechanical Engineering Catholic Univ of America- '85
Masters of National Resource Strategy, Industrial College of the Armed Forces -'13
Chief is Potomac River's shop Safety Inspector and Morale Officer. He is always up for any adventure and just wants to be part of the Team. Wherever you are going, Chief is going. For Chief, every day is "the greatest day ever" but his favorite days are when he gets to play with his buddies, Cane, Shadow, Bruce, Rocky and Dexter.
Chief is named after the Senior Enlisted Leaders in the Navy. The Officers get all the attention but it is the Chiefs who are the backbone of the Navy and make everything happen.
Chief Fitzgerald helping out with brush.
Chief's buddy Cane Clifford overlooking the Potomac near Riley's Lock.
U.S. Navy H-3 Sea King with a little knowledge for young pilots.