David Flack has been a resident of Buckingham for 50 years. He started planting trees on the family's farm in 1977. Graduating from Penn State in 1985 with a BS in Horticulture, David was an active member of Alpha Gamma Rho, co-captain of the ski team and member of the Outing club, Hort club and Waterskiing club.
As a teenager, he grew vegetables through the summer and sold them to Bountiful Acres and sold eggs from his flock of 120 chickens to neighbors.
Dave married Christine in 1995 and they have two daughters - one a graduate of his alma mater and the other a Pitt Panther.
A National and World Champion off-shore power boat racer from 1998-2004 and competitive skier on the ASRA circuit from 1983 - 2017, he continues to enjoy spending time with his family on the slopes and on the water!
Andy Eckhoff has grown with the company since 1993. He is lives locally in Doylestown and is a 2000 graduate of Bloomsburg University. He is an avid beekeeper and in addition to his responsibilities as General Manager he is also in charge of the Bountiful Acres apiary. His favorite plant is the Full Moon Maple. In his spare time, he enjoys binge watching Netflix and sitting next to the pool.
Chris Antonelli has worked for Bountiful Acres for over 25 years. He graduated from Delaware Valley University with a BS degree in ornamental horticultural. As the manager of the store, he loves finding rare and unusual plant material. Chris enjoys exploring national parks and international traveling, whether it is to buy product for work or for personal interests. In his free time, Chris is a running enthusiast and enjoys doing yoga.
Fatima Lindquist has been a florist for Bountiful Acres since 1985. With 35 years of experience with Bountiful Acres, she has made hundreds of custom arrangements, custom planters, decorated customer’s homes, even made floral arrangements for weddings. She has created just about anything that requires the skill of a florist! She says, “Even though I am serious about my work, I love to make the work environment enjoyable and make my co-workers smile!”
Jeremy works in the nursery department and has been in the industry for 25 years. He is passionate about perennial flowers and has a background in plant production, from propagation to growing finished material. He enjoys helping customers problem solve by providing cultural information and choosing plants for those tricky garden spots. Looking for a hard-to-find shrub or perennial? He might be able to find what you’re looking for! Jeremy has local roots and enjoys Bucks County’s parks and restaurants and keeping tabs on the Philly sports teams. He is also an identical twin and loves golden retrievers.