Park Cattle Company announces new hires |

Park Cattle Company announces new hires

Park Cattle Company, a diversified real estate company with holdings in the Carson Valley and Stateline, including Edgewood Golf Course, Edgewood Water Company and the Park Ranch, announced it has filled three top corporate positions.

Philip C. Herback, who has worked in the Lake Tahoe area for 28 years and was most recently employed by Caesars Entertainment and Harrah’s, has been hired as the company’s property manager. His responsibilities will include management and maintenance of Park Cattle Company’s real estate, facilities and property acquisitions, development, and dispositions.

Lynda Ribaudo, who has worked in the Lake Tahoe area for 19 years most recently for Caesars Entertainment and Aramark Parks and Resorts, has been named vice president of finance. Her duties will include financial analysis, forecasting and economic feasibility studies.

Herback, who attended Laney College in Oakland, and Ribaudo, who earned a degree in accounting from San Francisco State University, both began their employment with Park Cattle Company on Sept. 1.

Michelle Garton, previously employed by Heavenly Mountain Resort, was hired as the new human resources manager. She earned her undergraduate degree in human resource management and also obtained an MBA at California State University, Chico. She started her new position Aug. 22.

“We are delighted these three professionals have joined the Park Cattle Company team,” said Robert Armstrong, president and chairman of board of Park Cattle Company. “In Phil, Lynda and Michelle, we have combined years of trusted experience as well as top tier skill sets that will significantly aid our company in the future.”

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