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LAYTONSVILLE, Md. – Ruppert Landscape has announced the promotion of Dave Wakeling to the position of assistant branch manager in the King of Prussia landscape management branch.
“The position of assistant branch manager is a new position within our company. We are committed to growing from within and believe that this new position will further enable us to invest in training and preparing future branch manager candidates while simultaneously improving the current capabilities of the branch,” said Tom Barry, vice president of the landscape management division.
Wakeling has been with the Ruppert organization for 15 years. He joined the company as a crewman and worked his way up to the position of area manager, which he has held within the Toughkenamon landscape management branch for the last 10 years. He has been honored three times with the company's Branch Impact Award for his outstanding contributions and dedication to that branch.
“With Dave's strong operational background and deep understanding of the Ruppert culture, we anticipate that he will progress quickly, and steadily take on assistant branch manager duties,” said Mike Monde, branch manager in the King of Prussia landscape management branch.
Wakeling holds an associate's degree in ornamental horticulture from Williamson College of the Trades. He and his wife, Bonita, who is also a Ruppert employee, currently reside in Smyrna, Delaware and will be moving to West Chester, Pennsylvania in the near future in order to be centrally located for their respective roles.