About Brendan Wetzel


Brendan Wetzel is a Yardley, Pennsylvania-based business owner who serves as president of Yardley Landscaping and Paving Company, which serves residential and corporate clients throughout Bucks County. Drawing on more than a decade of landscaping experience, Brendan Wetzel offers a wide range of services, including irrigation and watering installation, lawn beautification, grounds maintenance, seal coating, and power washing. He has also experience with weed control, fall and spring clean-up, and building decks.

Beyond offering yard and driveway maintenance services, Brendan Wetzel helps clients plan and develop comprehensive landscaping projects designed to improve curb appeal. This involves planting new trees and shrubs and installing flower beds.

Mr. Wetzel is a cum laude graduate of Rider University. He obtained a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the school in 2018 and earned several academic scholarships to support his studies. These included the Rider University Dean’s Scholarship, Guy Stroh Philosophy Scholarship, and Lower Makefield Historical Scholarship. Outside of his major, he had an extracurricular interest in creative writing and, to that end, won Best Screenplay at the Rider University Film Symposium. He also contributed to the school newspaper.

Mr. Wetzel completed two internships while enrolled at Rider University. He served as a congressional intern to Pennsylvania Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick, assisting with constituent services and support for veterans. As a management intern with the Trenton Thunder minor league baseball team, he contributed to sales, marketing, and public relations activities.

In his spare time away from his business, Mr. Wetzel enjoys outdoor recreation hobbies like cycling, hiking, and climbing. In the past, he has scaled the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro and hiked to Machu Picchu. He also enjoys traveling as well as playing golf and tennis in his free time.

An Eagle Scout interested in conservation, Brendan Wetzel has built and deployed docks to save endangered turtles. He earned the Corporation Award from Waste Management Corporation for his efforts in this regard.