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Why Join Legend-Air

Meet the Team


Dan Meyer

Dan has been working in the HVAC trade since 1986. He started out on the ground floor as a “shop boy” and has worked himself up to a Master Mechanic and part owner. Dan enjoys challenges that stump other technicians and will not leave a customer without heat in the winter or cooling in the summer if the equipment has any life left in it at all. Dan has worked on equipment from the California coast to the Dakotas, so he brings a vast wealth of experience that is only limited where there isn’t information to be discovered. Most people enjoy fishing or hunting or other hobbies where Dan enjoys researching and finding out the fine hidden details of aged or new equipment. Dan’s customers enjoy his calm mannerism, skill, and integrity in his work. At times he can explain things in such great detail that his customers nearly become technicians themselves! 

Samuel Meyer

Samuel started in 2003 as a 12-year-old kid working in the HVAC trade under his dad. Samuel grew into his own right as a job foreman by the age of 19 while working for a reputable HVAC company in South Dakota. Samuel is a self-driven and highly experienced business owner, installer, and service technician having taken this whole project of Legend-Air on at the age of 22 years old. Samuel has integrity that he places behind all phases of work that he does for the customer. His integrity shows from the estimate, to the explanations, to the installations or repairs that it keeps the phone ringing with people who want to talk directly to him. Samuel reminds customers that the work is done to the best of their ability as they “commit all work to the Lord.” For the 17 years that Samuel has been in the trade, the world of HVAC has been better for it! 


Timothy Meyer

Timothy was the original instigator behind starting Legend-Air LLC back in November 2013 using his persuasive arguments and encouraging ideas he pushed his eldest brother and dad right into signing Articles of Incorporation on April 30, 2014. Timothy was 13 years old and he soon learned what it meant to get a family business off of the ground. If you had a set of hands, or at least one, you were working! Memories were made and character was developed and honed. Timothy has a strong faith in God and shares Jesus openly with any who care to sit a spell and converse. Timothy married his high school sweetheart and has been 'dancing in the minefields and kicking down doors' ever since. When his brother isn't putting his HVAC skills to the test, Timothy can be found working out at the gym and teaching others about  the value of using a personal trainer to meet their health goals. Timothy has a strong passion for playing guitar and using music in worship as well as for personal enjoyment. We are blessed to have Timothy back in the family business. We can't wait to see where his next adventure will take him, but for now, we just want to enjoy having this hard working, integrity driven man back on the Legend-Air team. ( He is a really good cook as well.. so there is no harm in enjoying a meal or two from him while he is back in town.) Those customers that have been with us the longest, almost always ask how Timothy is doing when they see that he is not on the job. Don't mistake him for Zachari, it is Timothy, he has just grown up! 

Ezekiel Wiechmann

Ezekiel is the newest member of the Legend-Air family. Ezekiel is an apprentice for both service calls and installations. Ezekiel has plenty of skills that he has brought to the company including being a mechanic in his own right, and he has grown up ranching to boot.  Ezekiel has presented with a work ethic that we are blessed to have in our company. He plans to be with us for a few short years as he is learning the business and hopes to take his experiences back to his home in South Dakota, where he will take over a local heat and air company there. Ezekiel is young enough that he still has hobbies with the vast opportunities living in South Dakota, as well as enjoying reading in the evening when the work is done. If you really want to know an inside talent, ask him for a private lesson on how to ride a unicycle!

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