MEET OUR TEAM
BOB LEIMGRUBER: Founder/Co-Owner
Bob Leimgruber moved to Colorado in 1973 to escape the madness of New Jersey. He worked as a scuba and dive rescue instructor for many years before attending Colorado Ste University to complete his degree as a landscape architect. During this time he started Abraxis Art Glass, which has continued as a family run business for more than 43 years along with his wife Anne, and son Brandon. Bob enjoys riding his motorcycle and powered parachute, scuba diving, movies, reading, gardening, and spending family time including his other son Greg, and grandsons Zeke and Edan.
ANNE LEIMGRUBER: Co-Owner/Office Manager
Anne Leimgruber is co-owner and office manager at Abraxis. She keep things running smoothly in the office with her cool calm demeanor. She is most likely who you are first talk to you, whether you call or drop by for a visit. She always has a smile on and is happy to help you with any questions or concerns you may have. She is wife to Bob, has two sons and two grandsons. She loves going to the movies and her book club.
BRANDON LEIMGRUBER: Kiln Fired & Stained Glass
Brandon Leimgruber is a Fort Collins native who has been working with glass for 20+ years. In the glass world he is passionate about all kiln fire glass projects and stained glass leaded pieces that follow more of an “organic” feel. Out of the glass studio, Brandon is a single father of two boys and loves competitive axe throwing and disc golf.
DAVE SCHNABEL: Wood Working & Installation
Dave Schnabel Has worked in several door shops since 1982, and has been with Abraxis since 2008. His primary duties include receiving materials, and prehung interior and exterior entry units, some of which are 8‘ x 10‘ and weigh in excess of 500 pounds.
Many require his specialized custom woodworking skills with arch tops and unique hardware. They’ve also assist with installations, service calls, and deliveries. He is married to wife Shawn, and enjoys motor sports, riding his ATV, NASCAR and drag-racing, car shows, football, and a cold beer.