Our Staff

kirk-persingerKirk Persinger, President and General Manager
With twenty years experience at Ever-Green, Kirk Persinger is the consummate professional in the field of turf and landscape management. Home-grown as an Ever-Green associate, Kirk has accumulated a broad and impressive base in turf, mowing, commercial, and residential grounds maintenance.

patty-johnstonPatty Johnston, Office Manager and Company Controller
Without question Patty is the longest tenured member of the Ever-Green staff, starting with the company’s formation in 1976.  She has been honored as “Outstanding Alumnist”, by the Upper Valley Joint Vocational School.  For any questions you have about billing or procedure, the answer is as close as a call to Patty.

Jesse Rogers, Lawn Care Manager

Jesse Rogers is in his third term of service with Ever-Green after heightening his experience in the field with other lawn and landscaping services.  Having learned through alternative opportunities, his diverse background gives him a rare advantage in assessing lawn and landscaping service options.  With nearly 15 years of experience, his personality and commitment to customer relationship makes him a resource you’ll welcome to your property

tim_andersonTim Anderson, Tree Care Manager
Tim Anderson was literally raised in a greenhouse, a member of the Andy’s Garden family business, in Piqua.  And, after graduating from Ohio State University in 1974 he later founded Anderson’s Tree Tech, in Piqua, in 1985.  For the next 28 years he specialized in expert tree care and trimming in the Miami County community until merging his business with Ever-Green in 2014, where he currently serves as Tree Care Manager.

ben-evansBen Evans, Landscaping Manager
Ben Evans is in his tenth year with Ever-Green, having risen from the lawn care department, to landscape, and in the summer of 2018 he assumed the duties of overall manager of the department.  Highly knowledgeable in a facets of property management, his personality and patience for the process of design to implementation is second to none.