Richard is a second generation owner and the president of M. M. Moore Construction. A little more than fifteen years ago, Richard came into the business on a "trial basis" to determine if the business (and working with his father!) was a good fit for him. Well, he has never looked back. More than anything, Richard enjoys seeing one of his designs become a walkable, breathable outdoor living space.
Richard's professional career began in the corporate world of print graphics with Alphagraphics and in management with Moore North America (now RR Donnelly.) In that line of business, attention to detail is everything and that skill set has served him well at M. M. Moore. Only now there are many more dimensions to pay attention to!
Richard was born and raised in the Dallas area and lives in Carrollton with his wife Beth and daughter Lily. They are everything to him and works hard to keep that in balance. When he is not working he enjoys spending time with friends from church and out at his family cabin in the mountains of Colorado.
Marshall founded the firm in 1979 and is currently a member of the board of directors. Marshall's passion for design that pushes the limits of what is possible has earned him the privilege of creating some of the finest gardens in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex.
When his son entered the business on a "trial basis" some fifteen years ago, Marshall never imagined Richard would fall in love with the business like he did.
Marshall is a graduate of blah blah blah with a degree in blah blah. When he is not popping in the office to stir things up and discuss a new design idea, you will find him with his wife Kay at their cabin in the mountains of Colorado.
Ryan leads the design team here at M. M. Moore and been with us for almost a decade now. Ryan enjoys creating solutions that make outside spaces more inviting and as livable as the ones inside their home. He believes this is best accomplished by collaborating with the people who will actually use the space.
Before coming to M. M. Moore, Ryan lived in the world of professional golf as a PGA course superintendent. Ryan earned his BS in horticulture with an emphasis on turf grasses from Texas Tech University and his Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Texas at Arlington.
Ryan was born in Louisiana but got here as fast as he could. He lives in McKinney Texas with his wife Tammy and two children. When Ryan isn't designing gardens for us, you will find him bow hunting in West Texas or at a Guns-n-Roses concert, even if the closest show is in Seattle!
Jim Lindeman- Construction Superintendent
Jim is the guy that you will see most often on one of our job sites. As our construction superintendent, Jim is responsible for ensuring that our subcontractors have what they need to complete their work on schedule and according to spec. He is a little cranky at times but thats the way we like him.
Jim has been with M. M. Moore for more that 10 years and associated with us for another 30 years as one of our most valuable contractors tying steel in all of our pools. Ryan Johnson says that Jim is the most reliable person he has ever met. We agree.
When Jim is not causing trouble around the office, you can find him with his wife of 36 years. Together they have four children and a whole parcel of grandchildren. Jim is an avid sports fan and spent many years officiating high school football. He enjoys casino games and can still advise you on how many points you should give to anyone playing the Cowboys.
Maury Mayton- Garden Division Manager
Maury is responsible for leading our garden management division and is much loved by our clients for his knowledge of horticulture, attention to detail and huge personality. Maury earned his BS in ornamental horticulture and landscape design from the University of Tennessee and still bleeds orange. He is a Master Certified Nurseryman and a licensed irrigator.
Prior to joining our team, Maury worked for various design firms and nurseries before operating his own firm for several years.
When Maury is not causing trouble around here, he still enjoys gardening at home, reading and talking about why Tennessee did or did not win a football game.