Frank Male has been with Lawrence Landscape for 27 years now — most of those years were in the field or as production manager. Recently, he transitioned to the sales side of things.
Originally from Strongsville, Ohio, Frank made his way to K-State and graduated with a B.S. in agriculture.
While going to school in Manhattan, he worked part time at Blueville Nursery, which is owned by the Westervelt family and where he met Glen.
What Frank likes about Lawrence Landscape is the learning environment that is fostered. The company was among the first in the area to achieve the national certifications of Certified Landscape Professional and Certified Landscape Technician. Currently, the company has 7 CLTs and 2 CLPs, which is by far the most of any local company.
The project Frank is most excited about now is a landscape facelift for a client south of Clinton Lake. With the new design, Lawrence Landscape is strategically removing most of the overgrown plant material, leaving what we can, and installing plants that more reflect the client's taste and style. The transformation is phenomenal. Give us a call, and we'll come up with some ideas for you too.
In his time off Frank most enjoys High Adventure Scouting trips with his children. His daughter, Victoria, invited him along for a Philmont trek this summer. He's also accompanied his kids on two other trips to Philmont, two trips to the Northern Tier, and one to Kengderstaid.