Meet Our Team – Orlando

Daniel Stagg

Regional Vice President South East

Daniel began working, weekends and summers, while he was still a kid in middle school. He wasn’t tossing newspapers, either; he was working cattle,  farming, felling trees, building fences, and doing other similarly challenging tasks. He was well-prepared for hard work when he reached the “real world.” Daniel (who grew up wanting to be a forest ranger) has always preferred being outside. He’s been in the landscape industry since college. His experience in the industry, his great integrity, and his easy, skilled way of dealing with others, have made him an invaluable leader.  Daniel is an avid outdoorsman and a proud husband.  He is involved with his church, and quick to give a helping hand where it’s needed.  Like many a good, native Floridian, Daniel spends fall Saturdays watching college football and yelling for the Gators.

Francisco Zamora

Operations Manager (Orlando)

Francisco and his wife of over ten years, Virginia, have three wonderful children, Michael, Michelle, and Matthew. Francisco and Virginia met at church during an outreach event and were married soon after.  Later on, he was given the opportunity to learn irrigation and worked in that field for the last two years. The Zamora family takes pride in being heavily active in the ministry of their church.

Francisco started in the landscaping Industry in 2005.  Since then, he has learned and worked in different positions in the field starting as a maintenance worker, then continuing as an enhancement worker, and working his way to enhancement leader.  Later on, he was given the opportunity to learn irrigation and worked in that field for the last two years.  He was then given the chance to work as a production manager, which gave him more experience to later become an account manager, ultimately working his way up to being our Operations Manager.

Francisco’s favorite thing about working for Landscapes USA is talking and making connections with customers.  He gets to meet different people.  He also loves that getting this work done requires teamwork, multi-tasking, and problem-solving.   Francisco is a big fan of football. He considers himself the #1 Dolphin fan.  He is also a fan of basketball because his daughter is a big basketball fan, he loves watching games with her. On Francisco’s bucket list you would find him riding a helicopter, going skydiving, and traveling to Alaska and Israel.  One goal is to be a better person every day (a better husband, father, coworker).  Another goal is to get some type of degree in the landscape industry.​

Billy Buerki

Operations Manager (Jacksonville)

Billy’s favorite things about living in Jacksonville are Jaguars football, the beach, and the river.  He loves attending football games (he also cheers for the Florida Gators), visiting the beach, and fishing in the river.

Billy started life in Washington, DC, lived in Tampa Bay during his high school years, and has  been in Jacksonville since ’97.  He has been in landscaping all of his adult years.  Improving landscapes and helping other employees “grow their careers” are two of his favorite aspects of the business.

He clearly has an adventurous spirit.  I know this because he plans to give skydiving a try!

Mark Coffman

Business Developer

Mark’s most amazing travel experience happened at Pearl Harbor, and it’s a wonderful story!  An aircraft carrier was leaving the harbor as he and his wife, Karla, stood at the Arizona memorial.  The entire crew lined the sides of their ship and saluted the Arizona.  Mark was told that each ship entering or exiting Pearl Harbor does this.

Mark started life in Michigan.  He married and raised a family there.  Now, this family consists of daughters Melanie and Alicia (both married to a Joshua), daughter Mikayla (married to Dylan), and sons Aaron and Joshua.  He even has a grandson named…you guessed it…Joshua.  He and Karla also have a dog named Penny.

Two years ago, Mark and Karla left Michigan for Florida.  It must have been quite a culture shock!  He says they are loving it— particularly the lack of snow.  His sports loyalties remain in Michigan, with national champs Michigan U and those vastly improved Detroit Lions.  His volunteer efforts are here, helping raise funds for local needs.