Get to know the Turf Appeal Team:
Matthew Doerr, CLT President/CEO
Matt Doerr started TurfAppeal, Inc. in November 2004. After working over 10 years for large landscape management firms, he learned what those companies did right and wrong and learned the best way to incorporate those things into Turf Appeal. Matt is committed to fulfilling the needs of his clients and employees. He now has over 20 years of experience in landscape management. Matt has an Industry Professional Certification through National Association of Landscape Professionals and is also a Nationally Certified Arborist through the International Society of Arborculture. Matt is the President on the Board of Directors for Oklahoma Arborists Association where he teaches Oklahomans about arborculture and business development. He also holds a Oklahoma Certified Applicators License.
Frank Flemmons CLP, Vice President/ VP of Operations
Frank has been with Turf Appeal, Inc. since 2008, and brings 28 years of experience with managing commercial landscape properties. Frank has a Bachelors in Science Degree in Management from Southern Nazarene University and has an Industry Professional Certification through National Association of Landscape Professionals. Frank also holds a Texas Certified Applicators License as well as a Missouri Certified Applicators License. He enjoys improving our environment in which we live and work.
Kimberly Killman, Secretary/ General Manager
Prior to joining Turf Appeal, Inc. in 2008, Kimberly's background was in Marketing and Sales. Kim managed 7500 accounts monthly and trained all new middle market managers.
Kim attained 120% of sales goal 39 out of the 42 months and received Gold Awards 11 straight months.
In 2008 Kim joined Turf Appeal as our Account Receivable and Payable Clerk. She has since been promoted to General Manager and Part Owner. Now as G.M. and Part Owner, Kim is responsible for managing all Business Office Aspects. (AR, AP, Payroll, etc.)
True to Turf Appeal's mission, Kim believes improving our Environment is very important. Kim says,"Without the little improvements, look what a mess this would would be."