Larry Lunceford received his Bachelor’s of Science in Horticulture from Ohio State University in 1973. His experience includes landscape maintenance programs, landscape design and implementation, and wetland construction. He has attended many seminars and classes to keep up with cutting-edge technologies and techniques. Larry has served as president on the Mountain chapter of ALCC. He co-founded Neils Lunceford, Inc. in 1980.
Jeffrey Lunceford, LEED
Jeffrey Lunceford is a Summit County Native and second generation landscaper. After graduating with honors from Colorado State University with a degree in Construction Management Jeffrey spent a brief time in the construction industry before returning to Silverthorne to work for Neils Lunceford, Inc. From starting as a landscape laborer and working through the business, Jeffrey's experiences range across field level operations and management through company financial and systems management and executive administration.
Vice President, COO
Abe has been in Summit County since 1999 and with Neils Lunceford since 2001. Abe comes from customer service background, and has experience in implementing plans including planting trees, water features, irrigation, and building rock walls. As Operations Manager for Summit County, Abe is responsible for over seeing the project from start to finish, and will ensure your project meets your high standards.
Grand County Division
Tim Glasco received his degree in horticulture (BS) in 1978 from Texas A&M University. His experience includes grounds keeping, landscape maintenance programs, landscape design, and implementation. He is a Colorado certified nursery professional, and has continued his education through Colorado State University and Colorado Mountain College.
Originally from New Zealand, Geoff has lived in Colorado since 2001. Geoff has worked in the construction industry both in Colorado and abroad for more than 20 years. During that time he has worked on a wide variety of projects including high end residential, municipal, governmental, religious, vernacular and historic preservation. He brings a practical design philosophy grounded in experience in delivering successful implementation. As the Lead Designer, Geoff is committed to bringing new design ideas into practice while honoring native and natural design elements.
Landscape Maintenance Manager
Don has been a resident of Summit County since 1981. He has worked for Neils Lunceford full time since 2000 and part time 1988- 1992. His duties include Manager of ranch and supply yard. Don has been Manager of the Maintenance Department since 2003. He is a licensed pesticide applicator as a QS with the Colorado Department of Agriculture. Don attends pesticide, plant care, and landscape seminars yearly. He graduated from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania in 1981 with a degree in Environmental Science and Chemistry.