Letter from Deborrah Poole- New Ownership from Within
Thank you for allowing Longmeadow Landscape to serve you, and your wonderful gardens in 2022. As the 2023 season begins, I’m reaching out with some exciting news.
After serious consideration, I’ve decided to retire from Longmeadow Landscape and pass the reigns to my long-time foreman, Noe Mayen, who has purchased the company. This is a win-win for you, my customers, and for me. I get the wonderful satisfaction of knowing Longmeadow Landscape is in good hands, Noe knows my customers as well as their gardens and will continue to provide beautiful designs.
Many of you already know Noe. He has been working for me for 20 years. Noe started out part-time and worked year-after-year learning the ins and outs of the business. He is my trusted right-hand man. His work is impeccable.
For the past year we have worked all season long to smooth the transition from Foreman to Owner. I am certain he will maintain my standards, and I look forward to hearing about his work in the years to come.
I can’t say enough about my loyal crew and the pride they give me through their hard work and dedication. Bonnie, Suzanne, Edwin and Maria are the core team along with our seasonal employees. Each possesses strengths that bring a solid working knowledge of horticulture, design, maintenance, and safe practices. Together with Noe they take creative plant designs and make beautiful additions to your surroundings. I’m certain the team will continue this long tradition.
The change-over for you on a day-to-day basis should be seamless.
Most importantly I’d like you to know what a genuine pleasure it has been for me to work on your lovely gardens, I appreciate each and every one of you. It has been an honor. Noe and I will continue to work together, and I’ll be around from time to time.
With gratitude and love,