Three Brookfield brothers -- born, raised, and residing in your neighborhood.
In 2005 the Wieloch brothers started Vista in the pursuit of a summer job that allowed us to work outside and work alongside each other. Since then our business has blossomed into a nice little lawn care and landscape company that we are proud to call our own.
Our goal is simple: we want you to love your outdoor space. Wisconsin summers are short enough. We want you to enjoy your yard, not be a slave to it.
We aren't one of those big companies lawn care. We are just a few Brookfield guys who are passionate for the outdoors. We love this place and the people that reside here in Brookfield. If you don't already know us, take a look at our individual bios below.
Michael is the oldest of us. He graduated from Carroll University in 2011 and has a degree in Business Management. Michael now works at Quad/Graphics as Business Analyst. He still however plans on being involved in Vista for many years to come.
At Carroll he met his now wife Shannon. Which makes Shannon the newest member of the Vista team. However, due to her small, delicate hands and her fear of bugs, she is rarely seen on any of the job sites.
Together, Michael and Shannon enjoy exploring the outdoors. They can often be spotted navigating Pewaukee Lake on their sailboat, Little Apple Blossom, or hiking through woods near their home in Delafield.
Patrick is the middle of the three brothers. He also graduated from Carroll University in 2013 and has a degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in entrepreneurship. Also, he recently received his real estate license and plans on investing during the winter months.
In his free time, Patrick enjoys collecting and caring for plants, playing Ultimate Frisbee, cribbage, quoting Seinfeld, and reading self help books.
Brian is the youngest and the tallest of the three. He is currently studying at Carroll University and will graduate in May of 2015.
When he's not dreaming about becoming a professional golfer, Brian enjoys playing basketball, buying sweaters at Goodwill, and watching his beloved Packers. He also collects bottle caps and used copies of The Catcher in The Rye.