About Lampman

Lampman Team


Brad Truelove CA CPA



Brad, formerly a partner with Ernst & Young, has over thirty years of business experience. In 1999, Brad left Ernst & Young to lead the growth and development of one of the largest independent John Deere Construction and Forestry dealerships. As President and CEO of Ontrac Equipment Services Inc, Brad led the consolidation and integration of 24 branches in Eastern Canada. After a successful divestiture of the company to Deere & Co, Brad has served as independent business consultant to numerous clients and been an active investor in a variety of entrepreneurial ventures.


Richard Lampman


Richard is the inventor of the original ElectroMat©. Prior to starting Lampman Wildlife Management Systems, Richard worked with Electrobraid Fencing© for over 15 years and developed the wildlife management business. Richard is all about innovation and "thinking outside the box" to develop solutions for our clients.


Todd Landry

Co-Owner & Vice President of Field Operations

Todd is a Master Electrician and has over 25 years of electrical and project management experience. Todd was directly involved in the re-design of the ElectroMat in 2014.  In addition to leading on going innovation and product enhancement, Todd is responsible for customer satisfaction with all aspects of our installations.


Brian Crawford

Construction Manager

Brian was previously with the Arizona’s Game & Fish Department for 23 years and is located in Arizona.  Brian is a licensed carpenter, machine operator and is very experienced in the wildlife protection industry.  For the past 17 years Brian has managed four wildlife areas in Northern Arizona, overseeing more than 10,000 acres and extensive facilities. For the six years before that he was the Wildlife Assistant for the Region 1 office in Pinetop, Arizona. For 12 years prior to working for Game & Fish Brian was lead carpenter for a general contractor, building homes in northern Arizona. He has been working with the Electro Braid products for several years. Here is an article about Brian that was published in the Wildlife Views, an exceptional quarterly magazine put out by Arizona Game & Fish Department.