Bowman’s Pro Turf, Co. was founded in 1987 by Dennis and Christine Bowman. For the last 28 years, Bowman’s Pro Turf, Co. has been leading the Wabash Valley in the lawn care and pest control industry.
Dennis Bowman- President, CEO
Dennis is certified through the Office of the Indiana State Chemist in the following categories:
Dennis is a lifelong resident of Clay County.
Christine Bowman- Treasure/Secretary, CFO
Registered Technician through the Office of the State Chemist and just finished serving 9 years on the Board of Directors of the Indiana Professional Land & Landscape Association where she served as President for 1 year. She also is an active member of the 100+ Women Who Care in Clay County.
Andrew Bowman- Operations Director
Andrew graduated from Indiana State University in 2013 with a degree in Recreation and Sport Management/Youth Leadership. While at Indiana State, he was an active member of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance, and the Student Government Association.
Andrew is certified through the Office of the Indiana State Chemist in the following categories:
Megan Bowman- Marketing and Administration Director
Megan is a graduate of Indiana State University and has always held an interest in home beautification. While at Indiana State she held many leadership roles in several organizations including Alpha Phi and IDEA.
Megan is a Registered Technician through the Office of Indiana State Chemist. She enjoys learning about current trends and issues in the lawn care industry. Megan actively pursues educational opportunities for both herself and the team.
Why Local Matters
We are a local company and invest in Indiana! When you choose us, you are not just supporting the Bowman’s Pro Turf Family. You are supporting many Hoosier families across the state! The Z-Spray machines are manufactured by LT Rich in Lebanon, Indiana. Our fertilizer comes from Advanced Turf Solutions in Fishers, Indiana. Your purchase through our company has an impact far more reaching than just the Wabash Valley and impacts hundreds of Hoosiers.