LGH Welcomes Three New Rental Representatives

LGH would like to welcome three new rental representatives in the Northeast region


(609) 501-9225
Alex Garcia

Alex joined the LGH family about six months ago and has been covering the Greater Philadelphia territory.

Previously, he spent 5 years as a police officer in New Hampshire and served 4 years before that as an infantry sergeant in the Marine Corps. Alex has always had an interest in construction and sales and says what drew him to LGH was the new challenge it presented him.

Alex grew up in Hudson County, NJ, and graduated from Montclair State in 2013.  In his spare time, he trains judo and enjoys spending time with his wife and three children.


(551) 243-5490
Brady Curelop

Brady joined the LGH family about two months ago and has been covering the Rhode Island and Massachusetts territory. He has a background in project management, equipment specialty, and customer service.

Brady says what drew him to LGH was the opportunity to grow a new territory in an area ripe with construction and development. What he likes best about LGH is how well they treat their employees and how he felt like he was a part of the family right away.

In his spare time, he enjoys riding his motorcycle. He also plays guitar and sings at local gigs in Massachusetts.


(215) 868-1918
Tommy Purdum

Tommy Purdum joined the LGH family three months ago and is servicing the Washington DC and Baltimore, MD territories. With over 18 years of experience, he’s no stranger to the construction industry, and since most of those years were spent in crane and rigging, the transition to LGH seemed natural.

Tommy says he was drawn to LGH because of the company’s high standards and sharing common ground in a field he has prior knowledge in. His favorite parts of working for LGH are how they treat their employees with integrity, provide training where needed, and follow through with their word.

Tommy’s hobbies include bladesmithing, fishing, and anything where he can work with his hands.


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