The Lunt Marymor Team
Leigh Marymor has been a ‘fixture’ in the plumbing world for over thirty-five years. Besides his passion for plumbing, Leigh has been an advocate for cultural resource conservation in California and nationally for over twenty years. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Community Education from the University of Wisconsin. He served as President of the American Rock Art Research Association (2004-2006); is a co-founder of the Bay Area Rock Art Research Association and has been its Co-chairperson since its inception in 1983.
Dave MargolinChief Operating Officer/Field Operations Manager
Dave has worked with Leigh Marymor since 1982, and was already a vibrant team member when Lunt Marymor was born in 1999. Dave’s deep understanding of mechanical system allows him to tackle complicated tasks. Dave is a sculptor (metal smith) and a musician. He often plays guitar, bass, and mandolin with a local band. He enjoys playing poker, wine tasting, and traveling.
Jim LuntPartner Emeritus
Jim Lunt graduated from Cornell in 1972, and within a couple of years acquired his contractor’s license, became a journeyman, and started the JW Lunt Plumbing Company. He was quickly becoming recognized as a reliable and skillful craftsman, and in 1999 he co-founded The Lunt Marymor Company. His level of expertise in plumbing and particularly hydronics has lead him to speak at conferences for, among others: NARI, Splinter Group, and ACEEE. Jim has published on the topic of high efficiency hot water heating in The Journal of Light Construction.
Danielle StoneController & HR Manager
Danielle Stone has been with The Lunt Marymor Company since 2015.
Princess SundarAssistant Bookkeeper
Princess joined the Lunt Marymor team in the summer of 2015. She was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, but also calls the Fiji Islands home. Travel to foreign countries, especially for the cuisine and oceans, planning weddings, parties, small gatherings and BBQs with family and friends are all high on Princess' list of things she loves to do, and let's not overlook wine tasting with her husband, especially in Napa Valley where he proposed to her! Princess calls "perfect balance" being an accountant during the week and interior designing her home on the weekends. One of her favorite quotes (because it is so true) is, “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life” – Confucius
Stephen RunngConstruction Supervisor
Stephen discovered the world of plumbing in 1974 and by 1977 he was a Plumbing Journeyman. He joined Leigh Marymor in 1986 and quickly became one of the company’s biggest assets. Stephen loves the hands-on gratification that plumbing provides and he has a particular appreciation for its artistic aspect. He says, “Plumbing feels like sculpture.” He spends his free time socializing and volunteering as a chemical dependency recovery counselor.
Michael TravisService Journeyman Plumber
Michael found his calling as a plumber in 1980. In 1983 he became a Journeyman Plumber and soon became known as the “Dentist of Plumbing” for his ability to troubleshoot complicated high end fixtures that no one else dared touch. In 1990, he joined Jim Lunt’s reputable team and nine years later he watched Lunt Marymor come to life. Michael collects LPs and comic books. He is particularly interested in the distinctive style of Robert Crumb’s underground comix. In his free time he re-builds Pachinko Japanese pinball machines, and enjoys visiting with his two daughters.
Sean McGovernSupervisor Hydronic Heating Technology
A second generation plumber, Sean brings a lifetime of experience to his plumbing and boiler work. Sean derives great satisfaction solving complex plumbing and mechanical issues and is always boning up on the latest technology in the plumbing / hydronic field. The Lunt Marymor Company is thrilled to have Sean join us after his many years with Professor Plumb of San Francisco where he earned an enthusiastic and loyal fan base. In his spare time Sean is an avid outdoorsman who enjoys hunting, fishing, and playing his guitars.
Sam SaypanyaConstruction Journeyman Plumber
Sam is one of the nicest and sweetest people you will ever meet! He had owned and operated a Thai restaurant for six years when he decided it was time for a change, and in the year 2000, he started his plumbing career with the Lunt Marymor family. Sam is a terrific chef, his specialties are Pad Thai and curries, among many dishes. When he is not plumbing or cooking, he loves to spend time with his wife and two kids.
Aren BrushConstruction Journeyman Plumber
Aren joined the Lunt Marymor family as an apprentice in 2006. He completed the PHCC apprenticeship program and became a Journeyman Plumber in 2010. Aren plays piano, and enjoys making electronic music. He is a fan of documentaries of all types, astronomy, and architectural art.
Dennis CruzConstruction Journeyman Plumber
Dennis has been a part of the Lunt Marymor family since 2002. He enjoys working with copper pipes so much, that in his free time he crafts water fountains with them! When he’s not plumbing or creating pipe art, he is a certified soccer coach, an accomplished seafood chef, and a dedicated family man to his lovely wife and his two sons.
James CarrrollService Department Co-ordinator
James is new to the Plumbing Industry and has joined The Lunt Marymor Company after spending many successful years with community based non-profit organizations. James is a sponge when it comes to absorbing new information, he is a genuine caring, "people person," he is organized to a fault, and loves the daily challenge of engaging with problem solving. James has a lovely family to whom he is deeply devoted, has two feisty dogs, and is an avid reader - currently working his way through Aldous Huxley.
Aldo TobarApprentice Plumber
Aldo is one of our newest additions to The Lunt Marymor Company. His is the face of the bright future for the Plumbing Industry. Welcome aboard, Aldo. We're going to have a lot of fun "training you up!"
Brayan CruzApprentice Plumber
Brayan is a new member of The Lunt Marymor Company team. He is young, eager to learn, innately mechanically adept, and is excited by the opportunites that his entry into the world of plumbing promises. We look to Brayan and see our future in good hands.