Front row (from left): Lori Bolyard, Beacon Credit Union and Chamber Ambassador; Joni Truex, Builders Association Kosciusko Fulton Counties and Chamber Ambassador; Jamie Kizer, Superior Landscaping; Shaun Cabrera, Superior Landscaping; Adam Custer, Superior Landscaping; Dale Custer, Owner Superior Landscaping; Jessie Stromatt, Superior Landscaping; Lindsay Rapsavage, Superior Landscaping; Jan Orban, Bradley Group; Dave Wolkins, State Representative; Nola Hudson, Beacon Credit Union and Chamber Ambassador; Tina Goon, Lake Area Promotional Specialties and Chamber Ambassador; and Renea Salyer, Member Relations Coordinator Warsaw Kosciusko County Chamber of Commerce.
Back row (from left): Yolanda Hedington, KeyBank and Chamber Ambassador; Cameron Plew, Lake City Bank; Bob Conley, Kosciusko County Commissioner; Warsaw City Mayor, Joe Thallemer; Colin Clemens, Superior Landscaping, Jerry Hogan, The Resource Development Group and Chamber Ambassador; Brad Jackson, Kosciusko County Commissioner; and Greg Binkerd, MutualBank and Chamber Ambassador.
Superior Landscaping recently held a ribbon cutting ceremony at 3114 E. U.S. 30, Warsaw.
Superior offers many different varieties of landscape stone, decorative stone, sand, gravel, limestone, steppers/wall stone, colored mulch, natural mulch, screened topsoil, garden soil, fill dirt, seed and fertilizer and decorative landscape lights, mail-boxes and ornaments.
Superior’s products are available for pick-up or delivery. Superior also has several other areas of expertise. Land developing, excavating, recycling, yard installation, driveways and Bobcat work are among the services offered by the company.
To see some of Superior’s excavating and land development, visit the Shadow Lakes addition off of Old Road 30, Warsaw. Shadow Lakes has been represented in the Parade of Homes twice. You may contact Superior Landscape Products at 574-372-DIRT or by visiting their website at www.372DIRT.com.