SOLitude Lake Management grows with three new hires

SOLitude Lake Management has hired (l-r) Doug Hawpe, Karen Avery and Hunter Poland to support its continued commitment to providing clients with high-quality services.​ SOURCE SUBMITTED
June 4, 2014

SOLitude Lake Management, an industry leader in lake and pond management, fisheries management and related environmental services for the Eastern United States, welcomes three new team members. Doug Hawpe, Hunter Poland and Karen Avery will be instrumental in SOLitude’s growth and continuing commitment to providing clients with high-quality, value-added services.

Hawpe is a natural resources specialist and an upcoming candidate for a master of natural resources degree from Virginia Tech, in addition to his undergraduate degree in horticulture and landscape architecture, also from Virginia Tech. He comes to SOLitude with extensive experience in the stormwater, environmental, landscape and turf grass industry.

Poland is an environmental scientist who earned his undergraduate degree from Ferrum College in Virginia. He has gained experience during his education by participating in environmental sustainability and agricultural management programs, as well as having previous professional experience in horticulture, grading, excavation, and related site work.

Avery brings over 25 years of experience to SOLitude and will be instrumental in supporting the client relationship management and business development team.

​“To support the needs of our growing clientele, we continually cultivate the best and most talented people,” said owner and President Kevin Tucker. “We are happy to add these team members to the SOLitude family so that we can continue to provide our clients with exceptional service and support.”

Since 1998, SOLitude Lake Management has been committed to providing full-service lake and pond management services that improve water quality, preserve natural resources, and reduce its environmental footprint. Learn more about SOLitude Lake Management and purchase products at


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