Corporate Office

Because this is probably one of the most visited pages of any corporate website, we wanted to provide our visitors with something more than fluff and some of the same old rhetoric. Apart from being industry professionals, we’re really just a bunch of regular people – moms, dads, wives, husbands, children, brothers and sisters who work hard every day.

We found that sometimes asking people a simple question can open a window into a person’s heart and soul… in addition to their professional biography, our leadership team was asked to answer one of five questions. Their answers will give you some insight into who they are, how they think and the type of individuals who represent our company.

We have built a dynamic team of industry veterans who share a passion for success. They believe in our company’s reputation and work hard to protect it.  They will do everything possible not to disappoint you… and if they do, they’ll work even harder to correct it. Please take a few minutes and get to know them.


Accounting & Finance

Richard Herbach

Richard Herbach

Corporate Controller5 Years

If you could change back time, what would have you done differently?  If I could change back time, there are many things I would have done differently. When I was little, I thought of my mother and father as super-human. They were so smart – there was nothing they didn’t know! They always had an answer for everything (and this was before the internet!). During my teens and into my college years, I thought I was the one who knew everything, so why did I need to listen to my parents anymore? In fact, I often did the opposite of their suggestions, just because I could! Now as an adult, I realize some of the best advice I ever got was from my parents. My folks were loving, kind, smart and insightful. They always did the right thing, even when no one was looking. I regret not realizing that the perfect role models were right before my eyes.

Lisa Lebron

Lisa Lebron

Senior Accountant5 Years

If you were wealthy and didn’t have to work, how would you make a difference in the world? I’ve always admired people who choose the career path of helping others without the promise of personal monetary gain. For me, it would not be about the recognition, it would be about helping people. I would love to travel to another country or remote location spreading knowledge, teaching and assisting those less fortunate.

April Puerta

April Puerta

Accounts Payable Manager2 Years

If you could change back time, what would have you done differently? I believe every moment of my past has developed me into the person I am today. If I could change anything, I would go back and say thank you more often to my mom. Since becoming a parent, I face new challenges every day and can’t help but think of my mom. I don’t know how my mom did it with 4 kids and as a single parent after my dad left us. My mom always put us first and made sure we had food, clothes, and recreation. I think I took those sacrifices for granted as a child. I remind my mom now that she is an amazing woman and an amazing mother, she’s a hero in my eyes. Without her love, training, discipline and determination, I wouldn’t be the professional I am today. I hope I can be half the mom to my daughters that my mom was to me.

Human Resources

Abby Galarza

Abby Galarza

Human Resources Manager9 Years

What advice about life would you offer a newborn child? As times change I believe people’s priorities and principals have also changed, so my advice would be to always honor and respect your parents so you will have a long and healthy life. Don’t lie, choose your friends wisely and treat others as you would like to be treated. I believe that family should be the number one priority in our lives as we have only one chance in life to make a real difference in someone’s life, so let’s make a difference!

Christine Kirkham

Christine Kirkham

Human Resources Manager2 Years

If you could change back time, what would you have done differently? If I could rewind the hands of time, I would have had the courage to learn to speak French and then moved to France for a few years to absorb the culture, history, architecture, and the food.  I would have enrolled in the Sorbonne or Le Cordon Bleu and become an exceptional chef.  Having those skills would have enriched me personally, both my heart and my soul, and I would then be able to satisfy the appetites of my friends and family with fine wines and delicious food, because I believe breaking good bread together builds memorable relationships!

Melissa DeAlba

Melissa DeAlba

Payroll Specialist5 Years

If you could change back time, what would you have done differently? Nothing. Everything in life has its purpose. Good or bad there is always a lesson to be learned. I believe that the situations and the people we encounter throughout our lives invite us to grow wiser as we mature. Life is like a camera: focus on what’s important, capture the good times and develop from the negatives.

Information Services

Keith Lucier

Keith Lucier

Director of Information Technology16 Years

If you could spend one hour with anyone you wish, who would it be and what would discuss?  This may not seem like an appropriate response for someone wanting to display a great deal of business acumen, but I would spend this hour with my late father who passed away in 2007. He was a wonderful father, a street-smart business man and a wonderful person. I would love to sit and talk with him and share a coffee and let him know how much he is missed and how much I appreciate all the things he did for me as a child. Although there is nothing that can recapture lost opportunities to tell someone how much they mean to you that is exactly what I would do if I had the opportunity.

Josh Holaday

Josh Holaday

IT Specialist2 Years

What advice about life would you offer to a newborn child? This may sound pretty generic, but I believe that the most important thing in life is family. Therefore my advice would be to cherish the time you spend with family. Never take them, or the time you spend with them for granted. I have the great fortune of coming from an incredibly loving and supportive family, without whom I have no idea where I would have ended up. There is nothing stronger in this world than the unconditional love of family. No matter how unfair or difficult life may seem, family will always help get me through the day. I look forward to eventually starting my own family, so that I may raise and help shape a life for the better.

Fleet & Safety

Jason Albertson

Jason Albertson

Director of Fleet & Safety9 Years

What advice about life would you offer to a newborn child? I would tell them to Question EVERYTHING! The experience in searching for the truth is far better than blindly accepting someone’s perception of the truth. Question Authority, question Religion, question Politics, question Science. Never stop asking questions and pushing the boundaries of your own understanding. Thomas Jefferson said it best. “ Question with boldness, even the existence of a God; because, if there be one, he must approve of the homage of reason, than that of blind-folded fear.

Rea Boettger

Rea Boettger

Fleet Administrator2 Years

If you were wealthy and didn’t have to work, how would you make a difference in the world? I would own 30 acres, where 20 were set aside for my very modest personal home and a no kill animal sanctuary. Leaving the last 10 to farming to provide food and jobs for homeless, while having them find self-worth and  a purpose in this world. Showing each other love and respect is free, and worth the effort.