Dedicated to our BEI Moms!
Happy Mother's Day

Balanced Enviroments

May 8, 2022

Happy Mothers Day from BEI!

We Balance your commercial landscape needs and horticultural practices all with your given budget. We also strive to encourage
a work life Balance for our families. We’re proud to honor some of our BEI Moms this Mother’s Day Weekend.

Moms work hard, so when you’re thinking up ways to treat them for Mother’s Day, consider giving them, well, a treat!

It’s no secret that mothers all over the world put the needs of their families above their own. But just once. What if we asked mom what she wanted to eat? What if we made her favorite food or dessert?

Here are some of our BEI Moms favorite treats!

cupcakes
Erica Gomez

CARROT CAKE or ANYTHING CHOCOLATE

Erika Gomez
PLN Office Manager

TIRAMISU & CHAMPAGNE

 

Aileen Gaspari
Account Manager

Aileen Gaspari Mom
Jennifer Zimmerman

ÉCLAIR CAKE or ANGEL FOOD CAKE WITH SHERBET and FROZEN COOL WHIP

 

Jennifer Zimmerman
Accounts Payable Specialist

HOMEMADE TOFFEE or CHEESECAKE

 Stephanie Borchardt
LOM Office Manager

Bear and Stephanie Borchardt
Gayle Kruckenberg

LEMON BARS & BERRY AMARETTO CHEESECAKE ALMOND POUND CAKE TRIFLE BOWL

 

Gayle Kruckenberg
Sales Director

BANANA CAKE WITH CREAM CHEESE FROSTING & OLD FASHIONED COCKTAIL

 
Tracy Josephsen
Accounting Supervisor

Tracy Josephsen
Judy Short

RASPBERRY PRETZEL SALAD

Judy Short
Senior Account Manager

STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE

Nichole Kleber-Bustamante
Sales Assistant

Nichole Kleber Bustamante
Susan Bradley

CRÉME BRULEE

 
Susan Bradley
Human Resources Manager

PINEAPPLE UPSIDE-DOWN CAKE

Sunday Brummet
Accounts Payable

pineapple upside down cake

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